Sleep Inn, Potomac Mills
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... meal it was sunset photo time, the sun sets directly over the main street and Sarah was able to get some really nice shots. Time was now getting on so after a quick ice cream stop (for Tim) it was back on the trolley to the train station and then onwards to Washington. The train ride and the walk to the hotel took about 30mins and then it was straight to sleep, tomorrow's flight to New Orleans was leaving at 7am so it would be a very early start for ...
... around all these historic and famous sights I realized how lucky I am to be doing all this, even some people in America in there own country don't see this. Got some really good pictures, the only place that we couldn't get a great picture of was the White house, big fences around, as we at the front of the gates, I had 3 different people come up to me and ask for me to take there picture, obviously I had a face they could trust, the pictures I took weren't great ...
... off from the visual aspect there and then but at night with it all lit up it actually looks a lot better. At this point it was about 6.30pm and, if I'm honest, my feet were really sore but it was now a case of whether I try and take in a few more sights or go back to the hotel. As I'd already walked all the way down to the Washington Monument and my Google Maps app (which was quickly becoming very useful) said that the Lincoln Memorial was only 25 minutes walk away so off ...
... 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," ...
We enjoyed seeing more of the Natural History Museum, especially the mammals exhibit and human origins. There were interesting films on both topics. We wanted to go to the National Archives and tried twice but the line was SO long. We had planned to go to the Library of Congress and Florida House but the timing and ...