The Hotel at Arundel Preserve
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... then there's a change over ceremony that we have to stand up for and pay respect. The tomb of the unknown solider pays tribute to all of the unidentified soldiers that died and were buried in the Korean, WW1 and WW2. Sergeants of the army chose one unknown solider from each war and sent their bodies to Washington. After the cemetery we walked over to Lincoln memorial, the map stated that we were clearly in Virginia when we were at the cemetery and then crossed back into DC once ...
... for a sandwich. The guy behind the counter was such a moody, grumpy old man. He kept muttering to himself and seemed to have a genuine dislike of everyone he served. It was quite funny how he was acting, although I'm glad that we only had to be around him for a short period of time. The journey to Washington passed through four states and numerous toll booths. Finally we approached the capital and our hotel. The hotel seemed nice , but ...
... to your romantic partner than loving yourself first.
- The more you master letting go and saying goodbye, the easier it is to open your heart to others and experience each moment with a fellow human wholeheartedly. So, don't fear saying goodbye even if it requires shedding tears and feeling enormous pain.
- People come and go as you turn the chapters of your life. Staying permanently is merely an option so be ...
... Education we met with a friend of Jamie's that she grew up with. Now he works for a Representative in the House of Representatives. We asked him to explain how Congress works for 4th graders. He gave us a great example to use in the classroom. First, Congress passes laws for our nation. To a fourth grader, think about school and the rules you have, no chewing gum, no running in the halls, etc. These are like laws ...
... they are during the day. It really surprised me how beautiful they were.
I also learned a lot about Washington D.C. and the monuments themselves. For instance, DC was originally supposed to be 100 square miles in the shape of a diamond. 69 of those miles were donated by Maryland and 31 were donated by Virginia. Virginia ended up eventually taking their land back because they didn't want to be a part of corrupt Washington, so today, the District ...