The Westin Crystal City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... Memorial Museum. Steve decided to sit this one out. The museum is viewed over three floors. The first floor gives an historical history of Jews leaving Palestine after the crucifixion and settling all over Europe through to the pre-war years of Nazi Germany. The Jews were not the only people targeted by Hilter as non-desirable. Gypsies (Romas), Poles, homosexuals, the intellectually and physically disabled, Jehovah's Witnesses and Masons were also included. ...
... monument in the distance, and the sun setting was beautiful. It was pretty warm that night. After, we had dinner at Thunder Burgers and Grill. It was so delicious. I had the Big Pimp. It was a Kobe Burger w/ seared Foie Gras, Morbier Cheese, Balsamic Reduction and Tomato and Remoulade. It was one of the better burgers I ever had. It was located on Main Street. That street was awesome. I enjoyed walking around. So many shops, restaurants ...
We arrived in Washington DC early. As I mentioned in my last post, we hadn't been able to get our boarding passes for our international flight to London. So we headed right to United customer service. I decided to try one of the kiosks to get the boarding passes -- and got them! Yay! One less thing to ...
I have been a very busy little bee getting everything in order before I depart for my semester abroad in Florence, Italy. In addition to packing, booking flights, and double, triple, quadruple checking everything - the logistics of obtaining my student visa, putting my financial affairs in order, ensuring my health insurance will be valid, etc have surely been a chore!
As I prepare ...
... whole day! Because, it is not only about portraits, it is about the American history! So interesting.
There was also a little "music portrait" exhibition, with video's of Michael Jackson's Thriller, and, so "cute", John Travolta dancing "saturday night fever". I wonder what he thinks when he sees himself like that ;-)
My favorite portrait? René Bouché painting Leonard Bernstein. I made a picture, but found it also on the internet...