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3rd oldest town in USA. Didn't get here till around 4pm. Had a glass of wine and a sandwich by the old wharf. There was a young guy playing a French horn. It sounded great! Rode the trolley bus up King street and went to Gadsby's Tavern . 5 Presidents ate there. It looked authentic. Carlyle House was built in 1752, this is just round ...
... could see dust and construction crews - you got it - they were working on the area in front of the memorial and the reflecting pool was drained. My heart sank as the photographer in me realized that I was not going to get that post card, picture-perfect photo from the Lincoln Memorial towards the Washington Monument with the reflecting pool. Guess that means I will have to come back again - Yippee! There were lots of people at the Lincoln Memorial and as we walked ...
... from our book. Good food, nice place, friendly staff. Plan of attack for after lunch - walk the block - find Carlyle House and do the tour. Walking the block proved interesting with the different old houses, undulating brick footpaths, unusual street lamps, juxtaposed with the latest models parked cars - just fabulous. We chose to visit Carlyle House for two reasons - our friend, Jonathan shares the surname and it was the only stone house in early Alexandria. John ...
... blankets, the kids were looking around uncertainly, wondering, "what kind of display could this town have?" We spread out our blanket and waited enthusiastically for the sun to set and to our immense delight, this little town put on a better fireworks display then we have witnessed in our own large city!
is a national treasure and we explored Old Faithful
and witnessed the romping of grizzly ...
... Ron suggested that we move on to the Museum of American History to see a display of the gowns of the First Ladies. We all loved Michelle Obama's inauguration gown the best. While Ron went to get the car, John and I checked out some more American exhibits.
That night, John did the class at Washington Ecclesia on Romans 12. A lovely group of B&S
were there, but lots were away on ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed