Inn Of Rosslyn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... off point to big tourist sites outside the cities. Cuzco obviously gets more attention, mostly because of Machu Picchu, but also because of a wealth of other Inca sites both in and outside the city. It’s also a pretty remarkable city in and of itself, its location in a valley with mountains on three sides is spectacular, as are the ruins of Saqsayhuaman on the cliff overlooking it. It’s got interesting sites in the city, too, mixing Spanish ...
... s ruby slippers and all the First Ladies' inaugural ball gowns - Jackie Kennedy's was obviously the best! - is okay with me. I just wondered how the Harry Potter costumes count as part of American culture? Not sure why they are exhibited there? Also the America at War section jarred a bit as it was (like all the Hollywood films) their take on winning the war for us. No mention of our troops at all. That's Americans for you I ...
... as we were only a half hour walk away from the main square and attractions. Perfect. On our walk to the natural history museum it was very clear DC was a very nice city it is incredibly clean and the buildings are impressive. A lot of old style buildings give the city some good character. We spent a good few hours in the museum as we do love natural history museums and there was a lot of floors to explore. By the time we left it was ...
... for a little local couple and it was definitely a little hole in the wall. Best BEST Indian food ever. I had Aldo Tikki, Makai Saag, Murg Makhni, Dhaniyawala Gosht, and Keer Pista. No idea what any of it was but it was so delicious it was like explosions of Asia in your mouth! Iwo Jima is a Marine Corps memorial for all US marines throughout history. It is based off of a very famous photograph from a Life magazine in 1945. We drove around the monument in our bus ...
... free them all to avoid this war."
- Robert E. Lee, before The American Civil War
The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him as hard as you can, and keep moving on.
- Ulysses S Grant, during his early campaign in the South
I'll leave the last word to Lincoln....
We believe that ...