Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Oxon Hill
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... got us to Thomas Jefferson Memorial. I didn't realise what a visionary he was and how foundational his ideas were to the formation of the United States and the drafting of their constitution. Find of the day - Jefferson Memorial Travellers Tip - take the Washington Circulator - 3 routes to all the major attractions - $1 per ride. Air ...
visiting Tina and Fred passed by so quickly, it seemed we had only just arrived
and it was time to say our farewells.
It was just great catching up.
We had done
so much in the week we were there.
Besides the trip to White Sulphur Springs, we had also visited The West
Virginia Wildlife Centre at French Creek where there were Bison, Mountain
Lions, Bobcats, Black Bear and most of the animal's native to the ...
... a new frock she could wear to the theatre in New York. We caught the Metro that has a stop under Macy's. If you're ever in Washington I can suggest you buy a 7 day Metro ticket. Makes getting around Washington easy. We were both tempted to buy some new gear there but as both our cases are already full we declined. On the other hand if Ann was here she would have just bought another suitcase from their luggage dept. Is that right Ken? By this time we were both feeling a bit ...
... in the freezing cold! Trust me when I say it is well worth it, though.
What drew me in was 'The Robert Lynch' sandwich featured on Thrillist. It is an over-the-top philly cheese steak sandwich which includes a bolognese sauce made of meatballs, pork belly, and sausage with fried mozzarella sticks on top. It is unlike anything I have ever seen. Here is the link: http://www.thrillist.com/eat/washington ...
... contributed to the efforts in Vietnam, especially the many nurses.
Viewing the Wall can be a very moving experience, especially when you observe the strong emotions which are often displayed by others or as you overhear the many stories that are shared..
The newest of the memorials that I visited was not for the most ...