Sleep Inn, Potomac Mills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our seats, then a staff person comes down to the back of the plane looking for a passenger. He calls out his name looking aimlessly around to see if anyone responds then no one does so he takes back off down the front. I asked the lady next to me, don't you think that's strange they don't know who is on this plane? She too thought it was odd, we both just shook our heads. Flight attendants couldn't crack a smile and overall I would not recommend this airline at ...
... was divided in two. Part of it was in the theater where Lincoln was shot and the other part was across the street in the house where he was carried and where he died. It was very interesting and we all had audio guides. Some used them much more than others. ;) Hearing the story of how Booth entered the balcony seats and shot the president was astounding and chilling. I didn't know before that Booth jumped from the balcony after to the stage, or that ...
Another early day for us, up at 4am as we are off to Washington for the day and its a 3.5 hour train ride from Penn station to get there. Our train leaves at 5:30am and have to be there 30 minutes before so caught a cab downtown (hahaha starting to talk like a NYC local).
Heaps of people at the station including a lot of homeless, I suppose you don't need a ticket to get down into the station, its warm and safe as there are quite a lot of people ...
... which featured the kitchen of Julia Childs. Then on to the Transportation section which was divided into sea, rail and road.
The Main Attraction at this particular museum is the American Flag on the second floor. For this exhibit, we could not take photos, and the lights were all dimmed for preservation. So the story, as far as I understand it, is that America was at war with England (beginning in 1812) and not faring so well, but ...
... great guided tour by the lady through the museum which had many Madison artifacts, as well as many of his possibly more famous wife, Dolly Madison. She even explained where the County and City of Orange got its name...not from the fruit, but from the Royal House of Netherlands. Great little local museum.
Then I headed out to Madison's home. He called it Montpelier (Mount of the Pilgrims). Madison was also a "gentleman farmer," ...