Morrison-Clark Historic Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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... in both the appeal courts and supreme court. Then we headed to the federal appeal court, based just opposite Barry's house.
We observed a patent law appeal hearing. Clearly I found it very hard to follow having no knowledge of patents! In all appeal cases in the USA oral arguments are limited to 30 minutes each side. Huge briefs are filed prior to the hearing and the cases are much ...
... for an appropriate name for my Ultra Limited will be greatly appreciated - no prize for the winner except for the honour of the naming rights.
Anyway I digress - the ride was out to Oldtown, Virginia - a quaint place by the water with nice cafes and lovely old buildings and shops. The ride along the George Washington Parkway was really good.
Back to the apartment to get ready to meet Rick Yale who was picking me up to ...
... the top to see the views, and also our legs were still killing us from Boston! We still had a lot to do on our list and armed with the selfie stick, we were on a mission. Luckily, most of the sights were around the National Mall and we soon stumbled upon the World War II memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. It was hard not to feel overwhelmed by the atmosphere at these memorials. We were intrigued into the Vietnam memorial, as we knew a lot about this war through our time ...
... a great day. There were great views and beautiful buildings.
The Smithsonian is a massive museums at Washington and we decided to go to a one called the American history Museum. It was pretty cool. Lots of things where about Presidents and what happened too them, It showed How America formed
It was getting late so we decided to eat and then call it a night.
... pool with a fountain. Surrounding the pool are 56 pillars with a wreath on each one, representing the states, territories and the District of Columbia at the time of the World War II. I thought it was beautifully designed & I liked the symbolism of joining the Pacific & Atlantic in an oval shape & the inscriptions around the memorial.
The US ...