Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Columbia / Fort Meade
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Today we took a sightseeing tour of the capital, starting with the White House North facing area, then the Capital building before heading to the Lincoln memorial. The morning was really warming up quickly but we mastered the stair climb to see the great man in his chair. In this area we also visited three war memorials - The Second World War, the Korean and Vietnam ...
... GPS equipped soldier - kind of moderated by a teenager with a smartphone about navigation. After the navigator first explained how difficult it was to navigate, how new inventions made basic navigation possible, etc... it went on and on until the teenager pulled out precisely the coordinates from her Iphone (surprise surprise) and the navigator fell out of the sea, the pilot of the sky and the astronaut from his rocket :D. All of this ended ...
After a full day of travel we are finally home!! What an adventure that was...we are exhausted but happy to see our sweet Grayson and sleep in our own bed tonight.
... the South Korean President was an honored guest. Even from this distance it looked very beautiful and impressive lit up at night. Lafayette Square has statues of 4 Revolutionary War heroes at the corners. We saw two of them close up---Lafayette and Rochambeau, both involved at the Battle of Yorktown. Funny how we keep adding information to what we learned in Williamsburg and at Yorktown.
... but today with our sore feet it’s much appreciated. Whew. We made it to the museum.
Our first stop in a museum is always the information desk. We got our MAP, of course. Harvey asked for the French and Mandarin brochures so he can practice reading in these languages that he’s been studying. We are just in time for a tour of the Human History and the docent did a great job in a period of 55 minutes of giving us an overview of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed