Radisson Hotel Largo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... in world war 2 perished first, and it talked about what they went through. All the Jews got kicked out of the pool forever, they wrecked all the Jewish shops and marked bench seats that only Jews could sit on, and there weren't many. The Holocaust was really sad but enjoyable, we strolled past the Washington memorial, it looked like a really tall square pencil. It was ... interesting :) . After that we saw in the distance these ...
... impressive. When we got back to the hotel and wrung ourselves out, there was an alert on my phone warning us of flash flooding. So it is a good thing we didn't walk all the way over to the monuments to see them lit up (which had been our original plan). Here's hoping that the Onya baby carrier will be dried out in time for tomorrow's adventures. It is kind of like tent material and partly mesh, so I'm optimistic that it might ...
... s hand holding it in front of the building to make it look like he’s sitting there. Pretty clever, huh?)
We also see the north side of the White House. It’s really white. Not much else to say.
There are 10 million motorcyclists in town for Memorial Day. Add those to the school kids, and we’re taking the next couple of days off.
The only thing I still don’t understand about all of this is why am I writing this entry in present ...
... he was back in his home State of Georgia.
He wouldn't be able to meet us himself but he said he would organise a
member of his staff to show us around.
A few hours
later we received a call from him saying that a young lady by the name of
Nadgey would be in contact with the details of how we would be able to tour the
and we arranged to meet at Jody's Office, which is situated in the Longworth
... and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier where the changing of the guard takes place every hour. This involved quite a lot of walking - no surprise there- and a long path of steps going down and a long path of steps going up. Now I don't want to worry anyone (especially you Kate) with what I'm about to say next. While we were going down the steps I nearly missed a step as they were hard to distinguish but my lightning reflexes averted what could have been a nasty fall. We were ...