Residence Inn National Harbor Washington, DC
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... the exact point that marks the centre of DC. I found the whole thing really interesting and Anya explained how congress, presidency and judiciary worked. Around 5pm we went to a holiday party at The Holiday inn, The Taste of the States. Basically an event for politicians and professionals to network over free food and drink, highly under dressed we decided to gate crash. Taking advantage of free dinner, we chatted to Anya's friends and the odd ...
With so many Smithsonian Museums on National Mall it’s easy
to overlook the other museums in DC. Although I spent a lot of time in the
Dupont Circle neighborhood when I lived in the DC area, I somehow don’t think I
was even aware of the existence of the Phillips Collection only two blocks from
the Metro station.
The Phillips houses a collection of modern art ...
... choosing Starbucks! The coffee was drinkable but the food defies description! Suffice it to say that I will starve before I go back again!
We drove into Philadelphia and parked by the magnificent Museum building where the Rocky steps are. We all "ran" up them and had a good stretch of the legs all around the lovely grounds. We drove in to the centre to look at the Liberty Bell - that was an underwhelming experience. It is inside a glass building with lines ...
... reflective) before heading to another memorial, the name of which escapes me.
He gave us a really informative talk and showed us where the Watergate scandal stuff went down, in addition to where famous historical events occurred. We also checked out the Einstein statue. We capped the night off with a drink at the same bar we went to previously, before dropping Caroline back at her hostel and heading home to bed.
I'll be back D.C. you are ...
This morning we walked a few kilometers to Georgetown, an historic port that pre-dates Washington DC. Georgetown was the farthest point upstream that oceangoing boats could navigate the Potomac River so it became a thriving town with wharves and warehouses where goods could be unloaded and transported further inland. Today the waterfront area has been redeveloped into parkland, hotels, apartments and restaurants. The largest group of waterfront buildings is ...