BWI Airport Marriott
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I till date don't know why I immediately blurted
"Georgetown".. I mean who was he.. I didn't even know him but he
spoke to me so easily all about his life that I almost felt like I must know
him... and he immediately said "Oh Georgetown?? No Georgetown...
Georgetown is like.. how you say.. umm it is very white... all rich rich ...
you wanna see REAL DC?? You no go Georgetown... You go Adam's Morgan.. ...
... Korean one is very striking with soldiers walking through the field of grass that had been brought over from Korea and acknowledgements to all the counties that had taken part. We then went to Capitol Hill which has recently been hit by lightening and is under some repair so has a lot of scaffolding around the dome. The dome is made of cast iron which is why it got the lightening strike. Whilst we were there we saw Marine one ...
... Kennedy, his wife, his still born daughter and infant son are laid to rest there in the same grave. His two brothers are on the grass verge around the corner from him. His family are such a trashy family! We've been were he was killed and were he's laid to rest! We went up to Arlington house; it was first owned by the Custis family, built originally by the Arlington family. George Washington family bought it afterwards, the civil war broke out the house was unoccupied as ...
... the graves of John F Kennedy, his wife and 2 brothers Audie Murphy (for those who don't know who Audie is - a movie actor as well as the most decorated soldier in American history. We then saw the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Leaving Arlington we drove past The Pentagon but was told no pictures of any kind was to be taken. Stopped at The Pentagon Shopping Mall, had lunch and a stroll through the Mall. Not very exciting as one Mall is like any other Mall ...
... there is always a set of eyes on you. Around the wall at the side of memorial, there are etchings of soldiers and animals from that war.
We then climbed the numerous steps to reach the Lincoln Memorial. There facing us is a massive sculpture of Lincoln sitting on a chair looking out over the reflective ponds towards the Capitol. This was also the spot where Martin Luther King made his famous 'I have a dream' ...