Sheraton Tysons Hotel
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A song recalling romance from the Civil War and here, in Washington we have learnt lots of American history (well, I have so I shouldn't say 'we' cause Lyal could fills in the dots for me!) and politics! The National Capital has many museums on all sorts of subjects, all free entry; and monuments to all presidents and political leaders dotted around around the city. So we started with a tour of the Capitol with 30 in our ...
... the background positioned in a tiered effect where the colours slowly fade as the mountains get further away. This smoky effect is how these mountains got their name.
The Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the only National Parks in the US that is free to enter. This was an arrangement between the Government and one of the major land ...
... and climbed in their car to head to the game. With only four tickets it was just a boys night out as Dawn stayed home. Tony made the great call to take a fairly new toll express lane on the beltway and we made it to the stadium way faster than expected. Upon arrival we walked into the stadium and watched the final 10 minutes of the US vs. Belgium World Cup contest. There were many shouts and groans as we had our chances but failed ...
... It's a high honour to do this job and they stand in all weather conditions fully dressed in their uniform not allowed to adjust themselves, wipe their brow or move off their carpet under any circumstance until they are formally relieved on the half hour. We went through the Arlington house which is from the 1700's and quite amazing to see. Then it was back to the bus to head over to the Iwojima US Marine corps war memorial. It was bigger then I imagined but so great to ...
... impressive. And there was Lincoln sitting in his chair, overlooking it all ;) The Lincoln Memorial is the most famous, but not the only one. I also visited the Martin Luther King, the Jefferson and the Roosevelt Memorials - all of which are located by the river.
But well, I couldn't stay for long as I had to head to my forensic lab. In Washington there is a great Crime and Punishment Museum, which unfortunately isn't free (about 31 USD with the workshop), ...