TownePlace Suites Chantilly Dulles South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flying things
that don’t fit into the Air & Space Museum on the National Mall in DC,
including the Space Shuttle Discovery, the Enola Gay, a Concorde, and hundreds
of other military and civilian aircraft and spacecraft from the beginning of
flight to the present. I was thoroughly wowed, something that doesn’t happen
all that often anymore.
In addition to the impressive building and the quality of
... their families, who had been brought to D.C. on Honor flights (volunteer organizations are flying the veterans in to view their memorial and other sites). We engaged in conversation with one of the veterans, Kurt Christensen, a 90-year old U.S. Navy sailor from Utah, who had fought in the Pacific. He was part of a radar unit called CIC (Communication Intelligence Center) aboard a ship off the coast ...
... for you, fight for what matters). We had a small cup to share but its was microscopic compared to the true US portions.
Finally, we took a twilight Potomac river cruise. It gave us a different view of the city and monuments. But the photos weren't so good. Too dark and on a moving boat.
Well thats a 14 hour day. completely shagged when we go back to hotel.
... were the best memorials we had seen in terms of provoking though and reflection to really illustrate the cost of war.
The Lincoln memorial is exactly like you would imagine. It is a columned temple looking building with a giant statue of Abraham Lincoln inside. I was cool to be standing inside, plus there is a plaque commemorating the spot where Martin Luther King Jr gave his famous speech! We then walked over to see the monument dedicated to Dr King and to ...
... by police everywhere. They stopped the intersection - no traffic could go through and we had to wait about 20 mins. At the time we weren't sure, but it became apparent that there was a convoy, as the helicopters were also circling. Yep, the black cars came by but not sure who was in them. That was a bit of excitement. After this we managed to fit in the Archives and saw the real Bill of Rights ...