Inns Of Virginia Arlington
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... with our whistle-stop tour is not having the time to really get into any of the attractions. We would have liked to have visited a number of the Smithsonian museums, especially since admission is free, but just didn’t have the time.
After a quick mooch in the ever-present gift shop, we came to the front of the White House, where there is a constant throng of tourists vying for position to get a clear photograph in front of ...
Anyone that ever heard of Christmas
Anyone who may have taken a breath
Anyone that would like to board ahead of Zone 1
By the time I boarded, I knew there was no hope that I would be able to stow my bag. Sure enough, I got on the plane, with no overhead bin space available. I then fought my way “upstream,” with my bag so I could check the bag.
Luckily, the flight to Dallas was ...
... Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on its grounds
is the largest Catholic church in America, the eighth largest church building
in the world, and the tallest building in Washington DC after the Washington
monument. That does make is sound like a mini-Vatican in America.
The basilica is impressively massive and very ornate by
American standards, mostly in a neo-Byzantine style with lots of ...
... King monument where we enjoyed reading his many quotes. By that point we were very sweaty and it was time to retire for lunch before heading back. This evening Nick and Maura took us to some of their favourite bars, all cool spots, and also out for dinner. Lauren and I had a great time before everyone got tired and it was time to go home. Nick and I then enjoyed a last beer on the apartment block roof looking out over DC before bed. ...
... t want to sit through it. Tons of other tour groups came to the area to see it, and it was so quiet. You could hear a pin drop as the soldier announced what we were going to see and told everyone that silence was requested. The bugle played taps as everyone saluted and put their hand over their hearts. It was very special. We took the long walk back to the bus and admired eachothers sun burns. I have put on sunscreen almost every 2 hours and it has made almost no ...