Radisson Hotel Largo
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while I visited the Air & Space museum. We did venture into the National Gallery to see a few famous paintings including the impressionists and Degas' Dancer sculpture. I walked the long underneath corridor to see the Platinum print exhibit by photographers from mid 19th century and offered a moment of gratitude to the photoshop gods for not having to deal with a darkroom for ...
... decent and it's not in a quiet part of the city which is good. Walked back to the holiday in, tried to check in online again but no luck. Back packs were on and our final walk till we depart each other at street K were I get the metro and he goes to his hostel. Hug and kiss on cheek goodbye. It was horrible, I had the biggest lump in my throat leaving him! I kept looking back to wave bye, we were both waving until we were out of ...
... so happened to be the Lincoln memorial so after we sprinted up the steps in the soaking rain we watched the pretty impressive storm there. In the evening we headed out and actually had a lot of trouble as DC has a stupid drinking law where it doesn't accept foreign driving licences as ID so the only place we could get in was an Irish bar which luckily had a really good band and mixed crowd to enjoy the ...
... long walk along the pool, and up the steps, I am exhausted. The memorial itself is mightily impressive. The statue of Abraham Lincoln sits proudly on a chair, looking out across towards the Memorial and the US Capitol Building in the distance. We have a brief look around the museum next door, which features a film which proud Americans may call 'patriotism', but I'd call 'propaganda'. What is clear is that Lincoln was a remarkable man who was ...
... some funny stares!! Finally found it after going around the building and up and down twice - our our guide was Laura and it was her first tour, so she was still learning some of the facts but it was still cool to see it all, we took this underground tunnel subway from the senators building to the main Capitol building which was good because I was not feeling walking in the heat anymore! Then we watched a movie which told us how it works: there's 2 senators from each state, ...