Residence Inn Alexandria Old Town South at Carlyle
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... mallets. It was really relaxing. We felt like we were at a spa!
When we got back home, we took Red, the family pup, for a walk. He was happy to be outside. He kept stopping to sniff and eat acorns. The sky was cloudless and the air was crisp: perfect weather for a walk. We got a chance to tour the neighborhood, which is just a perfect walk locations. The houses are all so cute, and the cherry blossoms were in bloom. It was a relaxing way to end the day!
Today we had a late breakfast at 9am and were joined by College principal Ian McDonald. Following this we ventured out to do some shopping at the outlets. Unfortunately, due to the Easter holiday, not as many of the shops were open as we would have liked. We then set off for the Smithsonian Air and Space museum on the national mall just near the U.S. Capitol building. What ...
... to close the doors and not actually the level we wanted to go to so we had in fact not moved!
That afternoon we went on the hunt to find the Star Spangled Banner Flag (whose “broad stripes and bright stars” inspired Francis Scott Key to write a song that eventually became the United States national anthem). However we never ended up finding it as they have 19 museums and we ended up going in the wrong one. We did ...
... could live here forever". The most eerie feeling was watching the eternal flame lit by Jackie Kennedy when she buried JFK that was still lit above her own grave, next to JFK's and two of their children's. While at Arlington, we caught the end of the service for the unknown soldier. A 21 gun salut began the ceremony, we heard it from JFK's gravesite. A brass band played Star-Spangled Banner and a laying of a wreath ended the ceremony. A ...