SpringHill Suites Gaithersburg
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... the 80s. There were lots of people riding dragon boats that you paddle in the harbour. People lined up to get into the Aquarium. And generally people enjoying the sunshine.
Lunch was at Dick's Dock. There is a sign that tells you that this place is rude, sassy and a whole list of other qualities that basically tell you its not fine dining service. It lived up to its name. On asking for a menu, our waiter drags over a massive chalk board and shoves it over to our table without ...
Today I actively participated in D.C. free tourism...after I slept in, of course. First up was the National Gallery of Art. I have been to D.C. three times before but have never been to this museum, probably because I was always with groups of people who would rather see airplanes and rockets. (Not that airplanes and rockets are bad...that is just the one museum I have been to every time). The National Gallery has ...
... with 8,909,200 pounds of iron and the bronze Statue of Freedom is the crowning feature of the dome.
Next stop was Jefferson Memorial - the Memorial is a presidential memorial dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, who was the third President of the United States. The design of the Jefferson memorial is similar to Monticello - Thomas Jefferson's home, which was modelled partially after the Pantheon in Rome. The monument has 26 pillars, which represents ...
... they were currently holidaying in Hawaii. We would have loved to have done a White House tour but they are only available through members of Congress (security, I guess). We went to the Holocaust Museum and it was fascinating. Very sad and somber but ...
... chocolate cake with praline feuillitine, cocoa puffed rice and caramel ice cream with berry foam. It was delicious and I washed it down with a nice white port. They don't use measures in the US though, so my $9 port was in a filled champagne flute; all 150 mL of it.... 6 shots!
On Sunday I wandered around the Mall and saw the National Museum of American History, then the Freer Gallery, then the Smithsonian Castle, where I had lunch. Then I made my way to the ...