Econo Lodge Takoma Park
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... close to the lake, just by a playground. As there were only a handful of RVs and tents around, we figured there wouldn’t be too many kids playing on it. Again the view was fantastic as were the facilities.
We pitched the tent and headed out to find some food. After quite a long drive back and forth to the local town, we tried to find a diner that we had passed on the way in, but couldn’t seem to find it. We’d bought some ...
First up this morning, a visit to Arlington National Cemetery. Lots of graves of those who fought for freedom. We then went across the Potomac River for a tour of the Lincoln and Vietnam Veterans Memorials located at the west end of the Mall. We viewed lots of other places and of course we visited the White House as well. After a quick lunch at McDonald's we went to the zoo and for the first time ...
... the actual White House. We cannot believe we are here. It is so mind blowing to be here. We took some photos and began to walk back then when we got back to the road there were all these secret service police cars blocking the intersection and a guard telling us we can not continue at this time. Then a couple of black SUV's came to the south entrance. Apparently that was the First Lady. Then we walked up to the north lawn ...
Most of the major sights in Washington are concentrated
around the National Mall, the Capitol, and downtown. There are a number of
things I wanted to see in DC well off the mall. I S\stayed with my brother’s
friend Mike in far northwest DC, his apartment on a street that forms the city
border with Chevy Chase, Maryland (where people have voting representation in
Congress and it’s not like living under Apartheid). I thought I’d take ...
... a bit faster and many children use them to get around.
We then left Lancaster for the Capital of the United States, Washington DC and we reached it during the early afternoon. The mall near the Capitol building is flanked by numerous Smithsonian museums and we were given a few hours to choose one to look at. We went for the American Indian and this showed exhibits from the native inhabitants of the ...