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It snowed last night, so everything is white and clean and pretty. In a few hours it will be brown and slushy. We stood for ages at the windows watching the little flakes drifting gently down in the street lights.
We are staying in a condo in Columbia Heights, a very interesting area. The population is 44% African American, 28% Hispanic, 22% white, 3% Asian, but with gentrification the poorer people are being pushed out, so these figures are changing.
A delicious start with latte and fruit and muesli at Casa Luca a restaurant two blocks down . We now have the trifecta after a delicious ricotta ravioli and pork bucatini with scrumptious salad for dinner as well as lunch on our arrival in DC. This recount is being written in a pasta coma after packing a bag for travelling to Chicago tomorrow. Back to the day! Walk downtown to the Smithsonian's and we had decided to investigate the American History and the Indian or Native American ...
... in the opposite direction for the 15 minutes we were there. DC isn't hotter than Arizona and Nevada, or even Texas, but it's incredibly humid, but that didn't stop him clacking along to the above timings to with true military precision. Our last stop at the cemetery was the marine corps monument. Based on Joe Rosenthal's Pulitzer-winning photograph of six marines raising the stars and stripes on Mt Suribachi at Iwo Jima, it was bound to be impressive.
... The Air and Space museum was the closest to the Capitol building and almost as soon as we walked in the door we realised that it was not going to be a short visit. The first thing you see when you walk in the door is the command module from the Apollo 11 mission. (That’s the little capsule they come back to earth in!) Strung up to the roof was the Spirit of St. Louis and behind that on the mezzanine was Amelia Earhart’s Lockheed 58 Vega.
... borrow my phone?" Again this only works if you deliver it with at slightly befuddled midwest mixed in with a " I ain't moving until you do it look" It helps that I can be stupid loud if needed. I already had 3 military personal interested in my plight based on my volume while doing research in the line. In the end they ended up using my phone to track the flight numbers and book it correctly. To my knowledge I am the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility