Homewood Suites By Hilton Leesburg
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Another car ride that should have been 3 hours turned into 6 due to ridiculous traffic. Saturday midday and there's 7 lanes chocka block barely moving! And the service stations were like rugby scrums. Arrived in Washington and drove around Capitol Hill then checked into the hotel. A really nice-the embassy suites, a 4 star place with complimentary drinks which we ...
... by some distance. But there was a great variety of exhibits, and balanced coverage of the Knights of the Air from WW1, a good film showing Hollywood's aviation depictions after WW2 and plenty to chew on. On that note, less recommended is the space ice cream available in the shop, and being offered around by a couple of Brits. "It's horrible" didn't get many takers.
Continuing down the mall and it's all killer, with the WW2 memorial huge and ...
... see everything. Another 1/2 mile or so back to the truck completed the almost 6 miles of walking today. Glad I decided to forgo the early morning workout. Feet are already sore enough without adding more.
Tomorrow is moving south to the Marine Base at Quantico and a visit to the Marine Corps Museum. I sure there will be plenty of pictures from that excursion.
... We then stood at the edge of the memorial to the preserver of the Union, and across the Potomac to the plantation house of Confederate general Robert E. Lee. The last thing we did was walk past the 58,000 inscriptions of the Vietnam Memorial whilst a father pointed out a relative's names to his young children.
On Tuesday morning my host and I visited the Lee House (with some pretty stunning views of the capital) and Arlington National Cemetery. ...
... time! The neighborhood transitioned from the small intimate embassies and private residences to the monumental government buildings. Along the way, the architecture continued to fascinate – at times we thought we were in Paris with the street lights, grand boulevards, and the bicycles along with the car traffic. We would casually look down the street and in the distance we got our first view of the White House. On another street, our first view of ...