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... at the top of the monument the apex was a aluminum triangle and when they built it the aluminum apex was the largest piece in the world, or just the USA, can't remember.
MY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!! (the 31st of august)
On my birthday we went to the builders museum, because they have this beach thing, well its just a ball pit with clear balls. It was fun :)
So strait after this i posted i will be writing a biog post about Miami so stay active. ...
... of the early days of America. It was most enlightening to see so many artefacts. Truly wonderful place well worth a visit. From here I started to make his my way to the Lincoln Memorial. It is quite a hike, but wow. The size of it is huge. On the way I passed the Washington memorial and then the pool of reflection. I walked down into the plaza and it was the strangest thing. You could feel the atmosphere here. I have no idea what ...
... wonderful to see the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and Bill of rights as well as one of 4 copies of the Magna Carta. Well worth the wait to see these historic original documents.
Leaving the Archives, we made our way to the Capitol and a tour reserved through our local congressman. There we learned a great deal about this beautiful building, which truly does take your breath away. Not to mention the thoughts ...
... their own disagreements. The Justices meet in another beautiful building!
Library of Congress – a MUST SEE! While this is a city jam-packed with magnificent architecture, this is over the top. Think all the world’s most beautiful cathedrals, and you’ve got the idea. Amazing mosaics, gold gilt on soaring, carved columns, elaborately painted ceilings, ...
... we are off to the Smithsonian museum of natural history. The Hope Diamond was a must see for mom. She already knew that it was not the largest diamond but still wanted to see it with her own eyes. The Hope Diamond is 45 carats in weight and is blue because of the very small amount of boron inside the diamond. The diamond was given to the Smithsonian by Harry Winston who had purchased the diamond. He mailed it to the museum in a brown package. The ...
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Georgetown, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $122
- Great Hotel
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Dupont Circle, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $174
- Great location and a fine hotel
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Foggy Bottom, Washington DC | 4 star hotel
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- LOVED the Willard
Southwest Employment Area, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $225
- Pros and cons to our stay!
- New hotel needs improving
- Great neighborhood by day, not by night
1001 14th St. NW, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $49
- Perfect For Us
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SW, Washington DC | 5 star hotelfrom $333
- Nice but not 5 star
- Five Star property with a two star staff
- Over rated, and we really wanted to love it!
SW, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $160
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- Suprised at remarks - great location....
Adams Morgan, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $133
- Not what I hoped for..
- Fine hotel, great location
Southwest Employment Area, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $135
- Love the location
- Holiday Inn breakfast delay
- Ideal location, great value
Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $139
- Roaches Anyone?
- Rough Around The Edges
- Just Ok
Downtown/West of Capitol Hill, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $132
- Grand place
- What a dump
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Downtown/West of Capitol Hill, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $142
- Good location but substandard rooms and shabby housekeeping
- Have an open-mind
- Surpassed Expectations
Dupont Circle, Washington DC | 5 star hotelfrom $145
- A hotel who forgot the meaning of Service
- Anxious to see renovation
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Foggy Bottom, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $143
- Above average
- A very average hotel in a city of above-average hotels
- Do not arrive at 2 a.m.
1143 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $128
- Staff was insufferable
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- Okay, but not the greatest
Foggy Bottom, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $303
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Northwest Washington, Washington DC | 3 star hotelfrom $180
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Downtown - Penn Quarter - Chinatown, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $150
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1001 16th St NW, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $103
- Bad service, poor location, stinky smells
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Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $172
- This is a dump
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- 'Grand' once upon a time?
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- Unauthorized/Excessive credit card charges and auth codes
Dupont Circle, Washington DC | 4 star hotelfrom $172
- Loved It & Travel A Lot!!
- Not as bad as all that
- Not ready for guests. period.