Clarion Hotel National Harbor
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... any mobility challenges at all. They are crowded. And the infrastructure is questionable at best. There were awesome parks with live music and visual art projects scattered throughout the city. Artists just doing their thing to try and make ends meet. Why else would you make fake pigeons every day or roll a baby grand piano into a park and play beautiful music on a sunny Sunday afternoon? We enjoyed these things...but I just kept wondering about the ...
... Wing makes for an easy
trip through western painting from late Gothic through Baroque Italy, Spain,
France, Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands through the Baroque era, progressing
roughly chronologically through each national school.
The National Gallery’s lower floor seems like somewhat of an
afterthought, containing a mixture of sculpture, decorative arts, temporary
exhibitions and a little of this and ...
Another overcast day. Caught the Metro from Farragut West Station to the Smithsonian Stop and walked to the Smithsonian Castle (the information centre for all the Museums). It's a beautiful building with a lovely garden out the back. Walked out the front door, turned right and walked for about 10 mins to the Air and Space Museum. It is huge with lots of old aircraft etc hanging from the roof. They have 80% original items ...
... meal with plenty of laughter and storytelling. It truly was sad to have to put and end to it so that our visitors could get their train home.
Kim drove us back to our hotel, with her daughter navigating, an adventure on its own. Every time she cut someone off she yelled "Noo Joisey driver, out of the way".
In the end, we didn't see any of the musuems we wanted to see at the national mall, but it didn't matter, we spent a great day with some wonderful people.
... and now is where I have to tell you that after droning on about how beautiful this place was I actually can't post any photos because they're all on a hard drive that I don't have - I had to make room on the camera card (funny that) so no pictures just yet... y'all will just have to be patient! We also visited Sullivans Island and Isle of Pines which are beach areas less than half an hour from Charleston - the Carolinas has quite a famous coastline - and would you believe ...