Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center
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... A trip to an
old Lunatic Asylum as it was known in its day and used during the Civil War as
a hospital. They went above and beyond
to make our visit so memorable.
We were now
heading towards Washington DC, the Capitol of the USA and the venue of so many
things to see and do. The White House,
Smithsonian Museums, Lincoln Memorial, Arlington Cemetery and the equivalent to
our Parliament House, the Capital Building.
We had ...
Saturday 21/3 - After a very nice complimentary breakfast at the hotel we headed off to Union Station for the 'Big Bus' Hop-on Hop-off tour. It was a pretty cool morning so we were well rugged up. Top temp today was 13 degrees C. We slowly made our way around the various loops only getting off at the Lincon Memorial for a 'pit stop' and a look at the memorial before boarding another bus that looped through Georgetown. The original 'old ...
... a "Property Irregularity Report" from United to be able to lodge the claim which we can't obtain until case closed. Not to miss an opportunity, off we went in haste to Macy's. Cold 1 degree but felt like minus 7 but we really need to get some underwear and at least a jumper. We had our jackets but it was COLD!!! Back the hotel for dinner, it's 19:30pm and whilst ...
... We were directed back to a check room, where we had to leave them. The attendant there said that they could be used as bomb detonators. Jayne commented to the attendant that up until that point, the security hadn't been that intense. He replied: "We have been watching you!"
We then proceeded through a connecting tunnel to the Library of Congress. Most of the original library had been destroyed during the War of ...
After paying my cover and entering the exhibit, I took pictures of every single one of the US presidents and several celebrities, but I still hadn't seen what I wanted to see. I had heard a rumor on the internet (okay, fine, I googled it) that Madame Tussaud's DC had a wax figure of Alexander Ovechkin, and despite the fact that he most certainly DOES NOT play for either my beloved Penguins or Blackhawks, I really couldn't pass up the chance to ...