Sheraton Tysons Hotel
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... or no actual action to see. Check out this video on YouTube. It shows the Presidents Race from the Nationals game we were at. See how one of the presidents 'does a Bradbury' and wins! it was hilarious. http://youtu.be/vXJaCTBanSI We had the full english breakfast when we were in the UK so we thought it only right to have the full American when we went to the ball game. Hot dog peanuts and soda mm mmm. Still it was part of our cultural education. Nationals won by the ...
The state dining room seats about 140 people for a big event. The mantlepiece in that room was renovated by Teddy Roosevelt who felt that the lions on the ends were not suitable as signs of American strength and had them replaced with bison. There was a great story about the prayer that is engraved in that mantlepiece: it is apparently the last paragraph of a that John Adams wrote ...
... sold two years ago for $725,000. We saw Georgetown University and the rowing canal, Chesapeake & Ohio canal that is 167 miles. The canal never reached the Ohio because of the development and usage of the railroad. Francis Scott King, the author of the Star Bangle Banner, lived in Georgetown. We saw Grace Episcopal Church and the gold dome of the PNC Bank. Georgetown does not allow you to go by the home that Jackie Kennedy ...
... or get there early to pick up day tickets, but due to the cold weather there were plenty of tickets on hand at the site so we lucked out and got to go straight up the monument upon arrival. It’s an amazing view, well worth a visit and it’s free! The monument is made of marble, granite, and bluestone gneiss, and both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 555 feet 5 1⁄8 inches (169.294 m) tall. Plus ...
Camping on the floor, not as much fun as people make it out be. Sigh. Anyway. Today was our free day in Washington D.C. We had a leisurely 8am breakfast, where we also packed our lunch - the first time I've packed a sandwich since school! The first place we went to was the Arlington Cemetery. The cemetery is on the Virginia side of D.C. across the river (because Washington D.C. is actually carved out of a part of both Maryland and Virginia - ...