Morrison-Clark Historic Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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In the evening, we went to a pub with a few of the people we met at dinner. The pub was called RFD (on 7th between H and I) and had 30 taps, one cask and 300 bottles of beer. Matt had the DC BRAU - The Public Pale and said it was a fairly sweet ale and it wasn’t bad but he wanted to try more. Not liking beer left me with the usual vodka and lemonade.
$6.50 for the beer and $5.50 for the vodka lemonade, both including ...
... cured the crying.
We visited the amazon building which had a rainforest inside that was full of birds and very lush. Dad had scouted out a bird building where you can touch live exotic birds so Emily would have a great experience. Well dad didn't realize that there is another bird building in front of this bird petting zoo so all Emily got to do was look at birds behind glass. She didn't seem to mind though. We continued walking, ...
... stage. Misspell that word, and it's automatic elimination. Spell that word correctly, and they could still be eliminated if the score from the rounds one, two, and three written test isn't high enough to be in the top 50 spellers. In the afternoon, each kid gets to spell one more word on stage. Again, automatic elimination if the word is misspelled.
Finally, at the end of the three rounds, the kids all gather on stage to hear who ...
... in the river and it was a lovely place with plenty of lovely single front houses all in good condition and well looked after. the flowers in the street were lovely and colourful a pretty part of Washington. Then after a long walk we went to have some lunch and watched the rain and the people running for cover. Tried to walk around some more but rain ...
... Everything is so clean and shiny. There are lots of people and lots and lots of visitors, but the sidewalks are clean and wide and easy to negotiate. The White House line was very, very long and it seems like we got to see less than I had seen in 1977. Security is very tight and you can't get close at all to the fence. No cameras, or bags of any kind, not even purses. You must have timed tickets and photo ID, with the exact name. ...