Towneplace Suites Bowie Town Ctr.
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... 737. The amount of fuel it carries(80,000 lbs) is more than the weight of the plane (60,000 lbs). It can only fly for 1 1/2 hours before refueling.
There was a lot of funny little aircraft that make you think do they really fly? What was amazing is when some of these aircraft were made, one aircraft looked like a flying wing with no tail,vertical and horizontal stabilizer or and was made in the 1940's.
There was a really ...
... was very detailed and contained the names of the theatres of war, areas, US states and quotes. All of this was built around a water feature. It also had a lot of stars in one area which represented all those who died or remain missing - it was titled 'The Price of Freedom'.
- The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool consisted of a lot of 'Jenny' moments from the Forrest Gump movie.
- The Lincoln Memorial, visited my old mate Abe. It was at ...
... river ride we had some lunch and looked at the shops before walking back to the hotel. I would have liked to gave gone to another of the museums but the thought of walking down to the National Mall again in the heat and humidity put me off. Ever since we have been here the forecast has been for thunder storms and rain. The skies have looked very ominous and there have been a couple times when it has rained a few fat slow drops but so far nothing but heat and ...
... He is such a wealth of knowledge! We went to the Star Spangled Banner exhibit. It was my favorite, and gave me chills and goosebumps the size of the orange eggs you get on top of sushi!! No lie! Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner when he was a prisoner of the British when they were attacking Fort McHenry (I think). They didn’t want to kill him as he was a civilian, but they didn’t want to let him go either as he had seen all of ...
... History Museum to see what I missed yesterday. Being a Saturday it was a lot busier and I'm glad I got the major stuff out of the way. There were exhibitions on the ocean, gems and minerals and bones. All, as per standard with lots of pieces. I walked up to the Washington Memorial and cut a right over a bridge to another side of the park/grassland. Here there is a monument dedicated to Thomas Jefferson. He was a president but more significantly the author of the delcaration ...