Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Oxon Hill
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... paintings and colour to date - absolutely stunning (am sure the photos won't do it justice). They have Lincoln's full library there, an exhibition on the civil rights history of the USA, the original Magna Carta (on loan from England) and various associated books, a few first edition bibles and other famous books. You can't go into the actual reading room of congress but you can look into it from a sealed balcony - ...
... We saw people just dealing with it...whatever the “it” of the moment was. And to give them credit, they do deal with it and they get on with it. Think about what New Yorkers had to live through and overcome after 9/11. They are not afraid to say what’s on their mind. And they are direct and I loved that part about New York and the people who live here. They are straight forward. It takes time to understand what folks in this city live with ...
... an even
stronger collection of important paintings than in the Metropolitan Museum in
New York. I was totally wowed by what I saw. The reason the collection of paintings
is so outstanding is that much of it was purchased en-masse from the Russian
royal collection in the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg by the American tycoon
Mellon and Kress. The cash-strapped Soviet Union in its early years found it
financially sensible to ...
Decided as it was a cooler day that so would do a walking tour of the Memorials we hadn't seen. Went to WW2, Vietnam Veterans, Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, etc. Took about 3 hours all up. We were both exhausted afterward and went back to the Hotel to put our tired feet up for a while. Then went to get some sox for Greg, some groceries and some beer. Then home again for the rest of the ...
We walked down to the closest metro station, by closest I mean the least furtherest. It was quite a hike and it traversed some rather dirty country. The footpath came and went, and litter was piled up along the road. This was a bit discouraging. We made it to the station with the assistance of some very young boys who were walking with their mother. "just follow us" they said. When we arrived, Sam gave ...