Red Roof PLUS+ Washington, D.C. - Alexandria
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... painters, sculptors of stone and metal, lots of beautiful things to see! At the exit we reached the waterfront, it was getting late so we sat there, listening to the violin player, and watching the sunset.
On the picture you see in the background a river boat: they were to have a party on it, birthday celebration, young girl turning fifteen, and it seems that is a very big deal in the hispanic tradition! See her dress on the picture!
... King’s footsteps where he gave his famous ‘I have a dream’ speech.
To see out the day we went down to the Arlington National Cemetery. This hallowed ground contains the graves of more than 400,000 military or armed forces from the US including President John F Kennedy who was assassinated in 1963.
... different groups and each group is in charge of a different aspect. Like the Education Committee might want more time for learning or the nutrition committee might want more time for lunch. Collectively you all have to come together to compromise on a plan that will work. Once you do that, you send your plan over to the Congress, which is a different group of students. They have to like the bill you passed but if they don't they ...
... town to find some dinner, then back to the hotel, then back to the bus station. That's right back on a bus and heading for DC. I thought I'd get out of New York for Veterans Day, they have a massive parade and I just couldn't be bothered with the extra security measures. So me and it seemed most of the citizens of NYC headed for the bus terminal. Now I've been happy with Greyhound up until now. The NYC terminal has signage from when the building was built which they ...
... we went to the Old Post Office Tower for a high up view of the city, swung by Ford Theatre, the National History Museum, the Holocaust Museum and the Air & Space Museum. We saw a lot of amazing things and it was a very hot day so after that we were ready for a rest.
The following day was the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington at which MLK gave his “I have a dream speech”. The plan was to wander down the Mall from ...