Residence Inn Arlington Pentagon City
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... court and then off the see the N.S.A. building and tour the National Cryptologic Museum. They had a replica of the Enigma machine that you could use. We had a great tour of the Capitol city and are planning more sites for our next trip. We liked staying at Fort Myer.
Glad to get home safely as the snow was flying in State College upon our ...
... or exceed the hype: Machu Picchu is as good as advertised, a perfect way to end the trip. Sydney is incredible, and the Opera House is even more beautiful in person. And Victoria Falls is stunning.
More off-the-beaten track places that we were surprised how much we like them: I think Oman was better than we ever would have expected, I wish we’d been there longer. It was a perfect country for us: deserts, mountains, forts, cheap gas. Rhodes, too, ...
... it is really elsewhere) and our first stop at the Georgetown Piano Bar was very quiet. We stayed for one, sang a few songs with the pianist and headed to a more lively pub/bar playing Sunday night football, guaranteed to have a few more punters! The next day, a free day, meant we crammed in as much of Washington D.C as we could in a day. A few of us started in the American History Museum. The highlight of this museum for me was learning that ...
... nearly four hour
train trip. The scenery changes several times, we fall asleep for less than an
hour. It was very interesting to see the changing scenery from the Train, we
saw some well to do areas, then again we say some areas that we wouldn’t want
to visit, Through Baltimore there were areas with hundreds, maybe thousands of derelict
As soon as we get off the train
we are asked about ...
... stood on the shoulders of those who came before them, and that all Americans could—and should—always fight for their rights.Fasanella worked as a garment worker, truck driver, ice delivery man, union organizer and gas station owner before he committed himself to painting in 1945. Untrained as an artist, Fasanella developed an astute and accessible style meant to foster social empowerment. His large paintings were memorial tributes, didactic ...