Oakwood Falls Church
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- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... 59-64 are record breaking lows for the month of June but have reduced the pollen count and helped the allergies. rain continued through the night but slowed down to a drizzle. Humidity is high but it is just misty with some sun expected today. Sadly J's ball practice has been cancelled due to the field condition so we will stay at the RV.
Saturday, June 6th- J's last baseball ...
... come to the far side of the tidal basin, I continued on to see the Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) memorial which I had not visited before. I entered the memorial from the exit end (not mandatory, but at the end of the time line), but it was still very impressive and very, very well done. FDR, having served longer than any other US President and ...
... Whatever happened to common sense???? Flew out the window somewhere big time.
So to Barbara Kruger who made a place for herself in the gender and inequality politics that surrounded the feminist movement and joined the ranks of artists challenging the methods of mass media in the 1980s. Stretched across 6,700 square feet in vinyl panels all over the floor and walls, Kruger’s immersive environment, entitled “Belief+Doubt,” is a ...
... outward, creating two colonnades that were meant to conceal stables and storage." (Wikipedia)
To the right we walked towards the Executive Office building. This blue grey building was very impressive with its architectural design and decorative facade.
"The Eisenhower Executive Office Building — formerly known as the Old Executive Office Building and even earlier as the State, War, and Navy Building — is situated just west of the White House in ...
... like. It's difficult to translate the names of the 15 concentration and death camps carved into the walls into the names of 6 million people, and the thing that stuck in my head all the rest of that day was a single tile from the Wall of Remembrance: "Why did they kill the children?" I've not written this last section as a travel blog but a way of trying to avoid thinking of the things I saw as impressive monuments and statistics, lest we forget the people.