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!
... for 33 years. Apparently she sleeps in a shelter at night. From there we went to Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum and saw all the presidents, some celebrities etc. After that we visited the Air and Space Museum which was very interesting and then a walk aroun Capitol Hill. By this time it was raining so we got onto the bus for another four hours. Only got back to our hotel at 10.30 pm and packed as we were leaving at 3am (our transfer to the airport was arriving at 3.30 ...
... Jeff one of the uncles was interested in our car which we bought at the start of the trip, after a bit of bartering and persuasion using all my old car sales skills we managed to get rid of it along with some of the camping gear. A good day all around.
Day 69 - 29th November 2013
Got up really early because we had to get the van back over to the house for Jeff, had a thanksgiving breakfast which basically involves a lot of leftovers from the ...
... work going on; however, there was still plenty of things to see. One of the most historically notable things on display (which I took a picture of and then noticed that I wasn't supposed to) was an American flag that was first raised on September 14th 1814 following a victory over the British during the War of 1812. This flag led to the penning of the American national anthem 'The Star Spangled Banner'. There was also a display on the civil rights movement and ...
After a while we decided to return to the Museum of Natural History. We walked through the National Gallery Sculpture Gardens where we ate a nice lunch at the Pavilion Café. We had sandwiches and a break for our feet!