Rodeway Inn near Potomac Mills
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... now around 5pm so out came the maps before heading off to the nearest metro station. Alexandria is a great "old town" and is a must do for anybody visiting Washington. It would only be about a 15min train ride to to main station and from there they run a free shuttle bus right down the Main Street towards the water. The streets here are postcard perfect and we set about wandering and looking for a place for dinner, there's plenty to chose from. After ...
... the Washington monument was the tallest at 555 feet, only problem was that it had loads of scaffolding around it.
The Lincoln memorial was one of my favorite's, there was a park ranger stood by and was supposed to give a talk on the hour every hour, we stood and waited by him but he just wasn't interested, so we didn't learn as much as I'd liked. It was a Friday night I guess so probably wanted to be at home with a beer and a pizza looking at the size of ...
... effects of war. The exhibition has various types of things on show such as weapons, medals, uniforms as well as a Willys jeep from WWII and a fully restored Huey UH-1H Helicopter from the Vietnam war.
After everything I'd seen so far, and having walked down the majority of the National Mall, I decided to check out the Washington Monument. Unfortunately, due to an earthquake in 2011 the entire monument was covered up with scaffolding due to the repair. It ...
... the museum. Very well done.
It was just past 11:00 am when I headed for my next Presidential gravesite. It was only 30 miles away, but it was all two-lane. Winding, up and down, but beautiful. I was heading to the little town of Orange, Virginia to the home and gravesite of the man who followed Jefferson to the Presidency, James Madison. I stopped at the local Madison Museum and you would have thought I made the lady's week! For $5 I ...
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!