Morrison-Clark Historic Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... rain was pretty light at first but got heavier and heavier as time went on. We didn't mind to start of with, and it eventually got a point where we were so wet we couldn't get any wetter so we just kept walking. We had planned to walk back to the hotel, and that was fine when it was still warm, but then the wind picked up and got cold and it wasn't fun any more. By that stage we were too wet to catch a taxi, so we had to keep walking. The rain eventually stopped but we ...
... flags, one of countries that the U.S has political relations with and the other of state flags.
The actual concert was held on the Millennium Stage. 365 days of the year a free concert takes place starting at 6 showcasing music, performances, dancing, pretty much any creative art. Tonight we saw a jazz/funk band called Crash Funk Brass. These musicians from D.C. did a great job of mixing old jazz classics with new tunes ...
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The station manager came out and happily told us the train had not been able to leave that morning as someone had forgotten to put it on charge overnight. We were meant to be getting on the Empire Service but ended up all having to get taxis back to Buffalo Depew to get on the Lake Shore Service. There was a silver cloud to this, Wills managed ...
... and shrimp noodles. I think I had the best deal. We're back on the bus at qtr to eight, then we start our tour properly. We go to the WW2 memorial first, then onto Roosavelt, M L King, Korean memorial and finally back to Lincoln. To be honest the day was the fullest we have had yet, I don't know how much more we could have crammed in. We arrive back at the hotel at 22:30 and it's time for bed. The writing is a bit rushed at the end sorry for that, ...
... His famous "four score and..." Speech is engraved on the left hand side of the monument. Lots of photos and on the red bus over to Arlington National cemetery in Virginia, just over the river really and next to the Pentagon, fully repaired after the 9/11 plane crashed into it. Arlington is very impressive, originally General Lee's estate back in the time of the civil war, where he buried all his soldiers before the North won the war. There are military personnel ...