Homewood Suites by Hilton Baltimore-Arundel Mills
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... br> We walked thru the tunnel to the Library of Congress. The architecture was beautifully detailed and an a must see. Thomas Jefferson sold his personal book collection to the library after the British burned the original building. The Great Hall took mom's breath and she just gazed at the main reading room with it's 35 million volumes of books. It was by far her favorite.
Day one in DC, Anya's artistically annotated map in hand, we were ready to meet Obama. We headed down 14th into the centre of DC, which was only about a half an hour walk and very direct. First stop The Whitehouse! An amazing building, decorated with red ribbon Christmas wreaths, we opted to take pictures from the south lawn giving you the best view through the trees of the fountain and the house. Another 5 minute walk we made it to monument, the tallest building ...
... studying French and am now more aware than ever that it will be a lifelong pursuit, unless more Americans start speaking French, ha! Last night I had a good chance to observe my language skills and realized I have definitely come quite far. My level of comprehension has skyrocketed, last night’s example being that I can sit around the dinner table and understand the conversation and even translate for the non-Francophiles ;-) As I knew ...
... while I visited the Air & Space museum. We did venture into the National Gallery to see a few famous paintings including the impressionists and Degas' Dancer sculpture. I walked the long underneath corridor to see the Platinum print exhibit by photographers from mid 19th century and offered a moment of gratitude to the photoshop gods for not having to deal with a darkroom for ...
... lunch, took a stroll around the flea market and then headed to Georgetown.
After parking on the waterfront of the Patomic River and with the city enjoying its last gasps of summer we decided that renting kayaks was the best and most appropriate way to soak in the views of Georgetown, the Kennedy Centre, Washington Monument and get blown away by the low flying jets as they land and take off from ...