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... to explore the monuments around the mall, we saw the Thomas Jefferson memorial, then the Martin Luther king memorial , before seeing the war memorials and mr Abraham Lincoln himself !!!! We then went to see one of the most powerful memorials we had seen, the Vietnam war memorial looks just like a wall from far away but as you get closer you start to see the names inscribed in the wall the number and size of the wall just keeps ...
... government shut-down, we got invited to see the first House of Representatives (that is seldom shown). We got a great tour of the Library Of Congress, also. Enjoyed a nice Saturday evening out for dinner at Royal Jade.
On Sunday we attended Mass at Saint Hugh of Grenoble. It was a small church with a beautiful altar. You can give God all the Praise ...
... paper are 25% cotton and 75% linen.
Thomas Jefferson besides being President was an inventor and was responsible for the swivel chair that we all use at our desks.
Back in New York by 4pm, getting the packing done. Went out to dinner with Paula to Saxon & Parole. The bread ...
... of Columbus. Here we found it very warm and humid. On the 20th we arrived at Fort Wayne where I had intended to visit Jiffy Lube. A franchise that does all the oils and necessary servicing which Mike had requested upon reaching the 4000 mile mark. This was an experience to believe! I was ushered in for a drink, toilet and wi fi and a team were all over it like ants. ...
... waiting for. It was a clear sunny day and just right to venture into Washington with my bucket list. We purchased two, one day pass for the Metro which got us into the Capital in about thirty minutes. The Metro here is much cleaner and more comfortable than the one in New York, but does not run as regular. The aim was to get to the National Mall, so that if you are fit enough everywhere can be reached on foot, or revert back to the Metro. It was just my luck to have travelled all ...