Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center
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... the Monuments at night. There was a big concert on at the Mall so whilst visiting the Lincoln Memorial we were singing along! Americans have memorials for everything. It was very cold. There was huge excitement when Marine One (99% sure) flew over us. It was low, headed straight to the White House and was identical to the President's Helicopter. I like to think Obama was giving me a personal fly past.
... located at a beautiful spot, over looking the city. The tomb is guarded 24 hours, and that continued through 9/11 and hurricanes. We then headed back to the bus and headed to the campsite, after tents were put up we headed to the pool- definitely the best pool yet! Had fun playing a rather violent game of possession girls vs boys. Then we had our final camping meal, as we are eating out this evening. We then headed back into Washington to look at the monuments at night, ...
... Constitution, and Bill of Rights. It was pretty cool to see the actual documents, especially since we'd just learned about them in Philadelphia. The Declaration of Independence was so much more faded than we expected. I guess we understand why no photography is allowed, but we still wished we could've taken pictures. The architecture and paintings were great.
At this point we were hungry and opted for more street food. We visited the ...
... of Ronald Regan which is displayed stands on a base that was part of the Berlin Wall. A fitting tribute.
A part of the Capitol Building not seen by many people is a spot in the floor below and directly under the centre of the dome where George Washington was to be buried. It is marked with a star. On his death, his wife Martha had him buried at Mt Vernon and refused requests to have his remains transferred.
To say we
were privileged to ...
We passed through Washington, D.C., on our way from Dave's to visit our friend P.J. in Great Falls. We just stopped long enough to discuss and get a few pictures of a few historic sites.
I don't know whether I've mentioned this before, but we had decided some time ago to make this an explicitly foreign-focused trip. While we've had to spend a huge amount of time in the country ...