Oakwood At The Flats At Dupont
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... the center of Washington D.C. A tradition has formed from this spot. Presidents start here and walk down a carpeted hall, up some stairs to give their inaugural speech. It has almost become a rite of passage.
As we made our way through the winding tunnels and halls we learned that the Supreme Court did not always have its own building. From 1810-1860 the Supreme Court met in a dark little room within the Capital Building. It is now known ...
... there until all missing service men/women return home. I have two thoughts. 1) good luck with that one, and 2) don't get involved in wars that don't concern you. We are taken into various impressive rooms and Dave's knowledge and delivery is very good.
There is an underground pathway to the Library of congress that we take. We have been there before and both agree that in essence it's more impressive than the Capital.
All that history and culture makes us a ...
... take me through the rest of the exhibit. I was terrified and hyperventilating, but by the time Dehning came to get me, I was beginning to calm down. Ms. Winter took me from Dehning and took me to the gift shop where we looked over all the artifacts and discussed my emotions and everything I had seen. Eventually, I was 100% calm and I decided to get memorabilia that, unlike an NCIS beanie, would mean something. I bought a blue, beaded bracelet that had ...
... only work for a few hours. Very frustrating. It is because of them that we are 2 weeks behind schedule - all this wiring should have been done three weeks ago. Anyway, the crew is forging ahead with trim, crown molding and paint. Hopefully we will get this wrapped up in the next two ...
... after. I think that cancels the Body Pump out right.... So, after putting the finishing touches on our work I was dutifully picked up by Dad the chauffeur and took a "ferry" across the Potomac River to Leesburg for birthday dinner with mom. I was actually expecting a more grandiose experience on the ferry being from the Seattle area, but my dreams were dashed by the tiny raft of a ferry. It was kinda cute though. Tomorrow's the day. 14 1/2 hours from Newark to New Dehli. ...
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