Inns of Virginia - Falls Church
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I take it from here how I define my own happiness.
- We long for adventures because they fill our soul with meaning through lessons we learn along the way.
- Traveling is timeless, be it in the physical, emotional and mental sense. Even with limited physical capacity in my old age, I will easily revisit the places I've been through so-called memories just to find myself falling in love with them all over again.
... is just such a cool building with actually a load of history and cool sections like the massive domed rotunda with all the paintings and statues in, we finished the tour and headed over to the library of congress which is such a cool building, saw a fascinating exhibit on Thomas Jefferson and all the books which he owned, including the builders bible !!!! We went to explore the monuments at night to see what they looked ...
... I started walking in the other direction... Bless him - he kept saying sorry but I said no harm done and left it at that. I then decided that as disaster had now been averted I would curl up in the only chair in the lounge that looked like it was still surviving the Moth Wars to read my book... next minute that familiar siren sound comes whirling up the street, flashing blue lights go past then stop...they stop, right across a three lane/ ...
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is a place where all of the money is printed out in America. There are two sites in America. One is in Texas and the one in Washington DC which we went to. We got taught the process they go through to make paper money. First we saw a video presentation about the whole process. Then we were take on a tour through to see the process in action. We went ...
Today we went to Foggybottom in the morning, and had breakfast at the uni cafeteria. I had a muffin and Mohamed and porridge. Mohamed had a presentation at 8:30am (Osteoporosis in men). Whilst he was busy presenting, I walked to the National Mall. I walked passed the Lincoln Memorial, found it empty, so took another photo :) Then I went to the Korean War memorial, World War 1 memorial, Tidal Basin, Jefferson memorial and Martin Luther King ...