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!
... Wing makes for an easy
trip through western painting from late Gothic through Baroque Italy, Spain,
France, Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands through the Baroque era, progressing
roughly chronologically through each national school.
The National Gallery’s lower floor seems like somewhat of an
afterthought, containing a mixture of sculpture, decorative arts, temporary
exhibitions and a little of this and ...
... Hop off bus. We think …why not as we had nothing
planned. It was only supposed to be 19 degrees but it was a lot warmer than
that and I’m a not so nice colour of red to prove that.
We saw lots of Sights; I don’t
know what made us think that we could walk to all of them. These are some of
the places we visited… The White House, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial,
... a great place with rare World History, Events and Collections, for exampled lock of hair from each President.
Walk back to motel via Potomac River with it's mixture of Restaurants (Seafood, Italian and Burgers), back to room for a drink before tea down stairs at 21st Amendment Bar and Grill (Deb hit the rails before Jayde could finish tea she was soooo tired - so headed up to room nearly sleep walking)
Spent a night at Jordan Lake State Park Campground in Nth Carolina.
On our way we stopped off at a Nascar Museum owned by Richard Childress Racing.
After leaving the Museum the naughty little Nav ***** got us lost again. Led us off the Highway. Took us right through the guts of Durham, especially the 'not so nice' part of town. After a little bit (pfftt!) of swearing from Ed we managed to get back onto the Highway. Ended up staying at ...