Sleep Inn, Potomac Mills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and didn't get to read all of the exhibits or watch many of the documentary videos etc. The last day we managed to get ourselves aboard a tour bus which covered more ground then we (perhaps just I) could have achieved on foot. The tour guide took us through the US Capitol Building, the Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and Martin Luther King memorials, both the Korean and Vietnam memorials, the National ...
... into "home bases" with around 14 in each group. It's interesting to note that in the first four years of school the children are not specifically grouped according to grades but rather based on their maturity level and readiness to learn at a particular level. At the end of the four years, the teachers meet with the parents of each child and decide whether they are ready to graduate up to the Intermediate School. This is usually the case, but ...
... reality. It was an escape that provided me an ideal way of healing, which arguably people will find healthy. Hence, I suppose when people inquire in that manner, they are worried more so that one has turned into a habitual runner from reality by virtue of traveling. For a while, I was guilty of that but one can only keep running until he or she realizes there really is no such thing as an "escape." There, at that very ...
... the White House. This is where the Presidents paraded after inauguration. Some drove, some drove, one took his wife, Carter was the first one to walk the distance - and since then all the Presidents have done the same.
They were showing a 4D movie at the museum and so we had to sample it. It was a 3D movie of news items from the past - but the chair moved as well, just like in a Disney ride. It was good fun. It only lasted 40 minutes ...
... 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," ...