Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Oxon Hill
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... were systematically cheated and mistreated! As advised by Lucy, the cafe is unique, serving American Indian food. I had to have the buffalo sandwich. Delicious.
Then went to the botanic gardens. Don't bother. Its just a giant garden with a glass conservatory based on Crystal Palace in London. Had a couple of great air-conditioned rooms. By the ...
27th April : left hotel at 9.30. Walked about 2 1/2 km and caught the 'up town' loop hop on hop off bus. We passed the Lincoln Centre, Museum of Natural History, Cathedral of St John The Divine, We went past the Columbian University campus. We passed the Dakota Building near Central Park where John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived and where he was assassinated. Yoko Ono is in her eighties and still lives there. We went through the Haarlem area which is known for its jazz ...
Please take this blog with a huge pinch a salt. Our opinion of Washington was probably sealed from the moment we got on the Greyhound with a horribly rude driver. In short we had a bit of a pants time, a pants time we could laugh at, but pants nonetheless. Given more time, having had better weather, or just with a better driver we might have loved it but it's fair to say we didn’t.
Getting on the bus at Philly was a chore, there were no signs to tell us where to go, ...
Walked to the zoo today, as we wanted to go see the baby pandas plus the zoo is free !!!!! So we went for an explore and we're pleasantly surprised with the amounts of animals and different exhibits that they had from the endangered species I.e. The Cuban crocodile ... To the amazing North Atlantic octopus !! Spent most of the afternoon just exploring and seeing the animals enjoying our last day on the eastern side of the states ...
... of states at the time of Jefferson's death. Construction of the building
began in 1939 and was completed in 1943. The bronze statue of Jefferson was
added in 1947.
We walked across to take some photos of the Washington Memorial which is an obelisk built to commemorate George Washington, the first American president. The monument, made of marble, granite and bluestone gneiss is both worlds tallest stone structure and the worlds tallest ...
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