Residence Inn by Marriott Potomac Mills
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... The colonnaded, domed Jefferson Memorial is set beautifully on the south bank of the Tidal Basin with a bronzed statue of Thomas Jefferson facing the White House. The original statue of Jefferson was made of plaster because it was sculpted during a time (1943) when metal was strictly rationed. After WWII, the plaster statue was removed and replaced with the bronze version that exists today.
... home! They were cute though, and I would probably laugh if Americans were fascinated with our possums. A park ranger named Joseph, started talking to Joel and asked if we wanted a tour of the memorial. Sure why not. He was great and took us through the memorial which was a timeline of Roosevelt’s 4 terms as president and how he dealt with World War 2. It was a fascinating 30 minutes, learning some details about his life and everything he accomplished. I felt a bit ...
... been like the national capital of a very wealthy & powerful country one hopes without a fiery end. The Natural History museum is another of the DC museums with an out standing collection of just about everything . For the geologists amongst us an amazing collection of minerals etc. Ali's interest was mainly in the gem stone department with a few baubles one could barely lift. Our expectations of finding about an acre of show cases filled with dead ...
... below the surface. It has become a menace and the local administrations in many cities have come up with ordinances to discourage the use of plastic bags and in some cases even ban them.
These bags are not just eyesores that dot our landscape and float in our water bodies but they also clog our already overloaded drainage system in the cities, which lead to flooding during rains. The per capita use of plastics as ...
... their first, and then on July 4, 1826, exactly 50 years to the day after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson died and was buried there. The cool thing was that I got to the cemetery a full ten minutes before anyone else. Do you know what it's like to spend ten minutes conversing with one of your childhood heroes? Best ten minutes of the trip.
Then it was back to the Visitor's Center for a film and ...