Residence Inn Herndon Reston
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... was very detailed and contained the names of the theatres of war, areas, US states and quotes. All of this was built around a water feature. It also had a lot of stars in one area which represented all those who died or remain missing - it was titled 'The Price of Freedom'.
- The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool consisted of a lot of 'Jenny' moments from the Forrest Gump movie.
- The Lincoln Memorial, visited my old mate Abe. It was at ...
... about to fall off.
Despite the fact that the train had gotten into DC about an hour and a half later than it was supposed to, I was still technically too early to check in to my hotel room. I got lucky though, and the girl at the front counter was really, really nice. She let me check in early because the room was already available. It totally made my day.
So I went up to the room and took a blessedly cold shower. It was heaven in shower form, ...
What a great hotel! Justin came to our room to let us know that our flight had been delayed in Dublin due to the bad weather in the Northeast US. This gave us time to just have a relaxing morning and eat breakfast before checking out of the hotel and heading to the airport. Going through the process of security in international airports is becoming ...
... is very old and beautiful.
Our first stop was the White House. Barack must have forgotten our invitation for morning tea as he wasn't there to greet us. We took all the normal photos and it was interesting to see the vegetable garden and bee hives from the street. We could also see that all the trees were wired with alarms at the top. It was amazing to see a building that you see so often in the news.
Next stop was ...
The Institute Assumes
It is time, dear donors, to say goodbye to New York. Mrs
Henry and I have taken our bite out of the Big Apple and the core goes the way
of all cores. Mrs Henry will soon stop fretting about why the New Yorkers "in
our neighbourhood" all have dogs “in these tiny apartments”. She puts it down
to it being a lead-up to, and preparation for parenthood. I think it's more of
a peer thing myself. ...