Inns of Virginia - Falls Church
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... anniversary. The Army, Navy and Airforce were there parading the streets and there was a lot of positive atmosphere which was great to watch. After the parade we walked to the Capital Building, which was outstanding. Unfortunately it was closed for maintenance so we couldn't go in. After a brief stop at Paul's for some more soup and hot drinks, we then rushed back to the Hotel to grab our bags and go to the Bus Terminal for our LAST overnight bus journey!! ...
... and their culture. A staggering 7,000 people are buried there in a typical year. That's 7,000 people who have lost their lives representing their country.
From the cemetery, we walked over to the Lincoln memorial, the Reflecting Pool, the World War Two memorial, through National Mall all the way to Capitol Hill (where the big wigs of the nation do their business and the president does his inaugural speech). A visit to Washington DC wouldn't be complete without a picture of the ...
... back of a Camp America type thing. I headed back out to find a bar showing the Washington Redskins pre-season football game. The street I'm on is supposedly the main strip on this side of town. It is an eclectic mix of classy bars, downbeat pubs and regular shops hidden behind metal bars and anti burglary devices. Quite a few places were showing the game without sound, but I managed to find a place that had the full works. Not quite the atmosphere I ...
... where she was from. "Cameroon" was her reply. Far away Africa. I asked if she was sad. She looked down and quietly explained that she was soon to finish her courses at university, and would be returning to Cameroon to start her career in economics. I told her how wonderful her accomplishments were and what an asset she would be to ...
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 ...