Residence Inn by Marriott Potomac Mills
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Whenever we travel, we usually bring a picture of Buddy - our old cat that passed away three years ago. We have decided to add a couple more travelers with us. Instead of Flat Stanley's, we have Flat Bill and Ada's. Since they don't leave the compound much, we will bring them with us and have the experience the wonders that we see every ...
... were here for one night attending a political conference. Obviously we explained we had no idea either, expecting them to just walk away and ask someone else. Instead when we had decided on somewhere, they asked to join us - they seemed harmless so we said yes...this was a mistake. Turns out they were from a small Christian college in Arkansas and were very socially awkward. One of them kept making random ...
... 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 ...
... cards for us so it was an easy tap on (although they do accept cash).
First stop was the Natural Histories museum at the Smithsonium. We spent about 4 hours there with Jon reading pretty much every sign he could, of course. I looked at the pretty pictures!
From there, we took a walk through a light rain shower down the street to Obama's house. Unfortunately he wasn't there to greet us as he had to dash off to South Africa because he has an ailing friend ...
... uncrowded streets in sun-hats and short-sleeves, we consider how pleasant it all is and how pleasant London could be (and on rare occasions is). In this balmy tranquility we visited numerous Smithsonian and other museums. The standard was very high. The Roberton Award of Merit goes to the Geology section of the Natural History Museum. See Appendix B. The Library of Congress was very busy but still impressive and had a number of excellent historical ...