Residence Inn Tysons Corner
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... the switches had on the side tiny little knobs that could slide and worked... as a dimmer! So there you are, full lights! I lived in the dark for no reason ;-)
for your information: except the cat pictures, all the others are from the internet. Either I had not my camera with me, or the birds - chipmunk were so quick that I could even not think of grabbing the camera and they were gone already! Still, that is what I saw!
Arlington National Cemetery was our first stop today. It really is an amazing place with over 600,000 graves including JFK, Jackie, their 2 day old son Patrick and a daughter who was stillborn - their plot is the site of the eternal flame.
Then there is the Tomb of the Unknowns which has the remains of men from WW1, WW2, Korea and Vietnam. It is guarded 24 hours ...
... Not that you would ever wish them to happen but it was really interesting seeing the teams work in reality and responding from their usual clinical roles. My lesson in American culture today consisted of a 'pot luck', which people from 'Nottingham' would call a fuddle, where the members of staff working each bring in one type of food for everyone to share in a buffet/picnic style. They had decided to ...
... to Josh's delight. The buses have a commentary running, but when there is nothing to say, they play a particularly rousing tune, which begins again each time the commentary finishes, or the bus stops. We'll be hearing it in our sleep for weeks to come, I'm sure!
The museum we wanted to visit today was the Museum of American History. Again, way too much information to take it all in, so we just chose a few highlights. First stop was the ...
... stop we went back to the hotel for a bit of break and then went back out into the heat to go to a Greek restaurant for tea. We then walked to the Spanish Steps to have a look and passed a number of embassies on Embassy Row. As we walking up to The Spanish Steps we saw another motorcade. I guess it is common practice to see motorcades when you are in the nations capital and the most powerful man in the world is cruising around. Anyway tomorrow is another day so check in ...