Quality Inn & Suites Laurel
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... I really admired this memorial because of the way the statues and the faces engraved in the wall spoke volumes of the hardships of war and sacrifice. I really took to heart the phrase engraved on the wall at the site that said "Freedom is not free". Finally, we visited the Capitol building to pray over the nation. You never really realize how many problems our country faces everyday until you pray over them for a minimum of twenty ...
... all lit so symmetrically, but once I stepped closer and could smell the burning wax, my suspicions were refuted. This room was quiet and bright, and I thought was the perfect last memorial as we exited the museum. I'd wanted to go to the museum for a very long time. I was happy that it didn't disappoint.
We trekked back to the car, passing by the Department of Printing and Engraving (I made a joke about just how exciting that sounded, but Owen was really ...
... packed with visitors, so it was a day of crowds. We reconvened at 5:45 to head to the Hard Rock Cafe for our supper reservations at 6:30. They are used to feeding big tour groups so they had us in and out in time for the 7:30 show at Ford's Theatre, which is just a few buildings down the street. The musical was called Freedom Song and ...
... MLK is sculpted. The wall leading out both sides of the tablets have other quotes from his speeches.
More to come about: are walk thru the Korean War Veterans Memorial.
Vietnam War Memorial.
WW II Memorial
Then off to the Smithsonian museum of natural history.
The Eastern Market and dinner. Followed by a tour of Maryland University.
Night Nite my friends.
... afterthought) It was frigid, especially as Sue forgot to tell me to take my beanie & gloves. Compared to Montreal where we're heading soon this is warm. Back to Macy's I think. Saw all the main attractions and got back in time to see the tail end of the St. Patrick's Day Parade. I think all the good bits must have been at the front but we did see the Irish Wolfhounds (which reminded us of how much we are missing Kassy) and dozens of junior Riverdancers. Still with time on our hands ...