Sleep Inn, Potomac Mills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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They had the Apollo 11 command capsule. That is the mission that landed on the moon. There was a sky lab which was the same as what went into space and had been used for training and development. We saw moon rocks, space suits both American and Russian and the joint Apollo and Soyuz test project. There were replicas of thrust engines which showed just how huge they were. I was impressed by the video of a launch of a space rocket - how ...
... some funny stares!! Finally found it after going around the building and up and down twice - our our guide was Laura and it was her first tour, so she was still learning some of the facts but it was still cool to see it all, we took this underground tunnel subway from the senators building to the main Capitol building which was good because I was not feeling walking in the heat anymore! Then we watched a movie which told us how it works: there's 2 senators from each state, ...
Had a pretty decent sleep considering the sleeping arrangements. Woke up without alarm & headed out for a day exploring. Took a lot of photos!
My favourite building is the Capitol building. This part of the city is a total contrast to the suburb we are staying in. It's clean and full of tourists, this is the area they want you see.
The White House is an experience & I over hear a man telling his kids, "This is the White House, well it's ...
... House Down" that we watched on the plane.
It's a magnificent building, loved it and so took heaps of photos.
Walked a few blocks to Chinatown. Wasn't nearly as full on as New York's Chinatown. Went to the Big New Wong for a real Chinese meal. I had sweet and sour chicken which would go down as the best I've ever had in my life. The sauce was to die for.
Walked back to the apartment. All read our books, so nice that the boys have finally picked up their ...
... being remodeled) and the Jefferson memorial. All of the memorials were much more spectacular than I had envisioned or remembered from when I was 5. The kids seemed to like them though I am not sure they spent much time reading any of the quotes on the walls. These men had a lot of great thing to say about liberty and our duty as citizens.
We walked a long ways and we were pretty beat by the time we dragged back to the metro. ...