Master Suites Hotel
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... The cemetery also has the graves of John Kennedy and his family. The changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is an event worth watching and highlights the reverence to which Americans hold to the cemetery. On a lighter note, whilst walking through the thousands of white headstones, a little girl to her father asked, 'Daddy, how long to you think it took to build this place?' We later re-crossed the bridge and made our way to ...
... there at the Capitol we saw lots and lots of people. Many groups touring. In the dome we saw tons of interesting things. One tidbit of information was about an eagle sculpture. If the eagle's head is facing right it was made during and 'official' war (declared by congress) and if the head is to the left its a time of peace. There is also a spot on the dome floor where due to the acoustics one can hear people even at ...
... when they found a parking spot on one of the streets crossing the Mall… until they found themselves trapped for hours by the seemingly endless parade.
“Rolling Thunder” is named for a 1965 major bombing campaign of the Vietnam War, and the group currently has 100 chapters across the country. In addition to the ride in DC, members also provide honor guards at ...
... concert, with famous artists like Usher, Mary J Blige, No Doubt, My Morning Jacket etc... It highlighted the role ordinary citizens can play in ending extreme poverty around the world. There was a lot of people! I was very lucky because I was in front of the stage! Of course, I was so excited to see Usher especially, even though he had crutches, his performance was extraordinary!
... children wondering why our access to these buildings was so limited.
Day Two involved a half-day trip to Arlington Cemetery. The kids were pretty amped over breakfast after a good nights' sleep and we were worried as to how they would react, act, (perform?) in what we presumed to be a solemn and sombre place. A lot of people have since looked rather puzzled over our decision to take them there. Perhaps it was the procession of huge crowds in complete ...