TownePlace Suites Clinton at Andrews Air Force Base
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... right across the street to Julius Sturgis pretzel Bakery. She opened the first commercial pretzel bakery in 1861 in a little house on Main Street. We had to stop and buy a hot soft pretzel each and sat on the church steps down the street and ate them with mustard. We then headed down highway 772 to highway 23 toward Blue Ball.
Change of plans. Ted had decided that it would be better to see if we can get a hotel in Washington DC than staying in a ...
... Air and Space Museum!
Aaron was very excited to see the Vinn Fizz there as he has read an adventure book about it (and somehow I managed not to take a photo of it so we will be back there again tomorrow! Lucky its just down the street).
Some of the exhibits included Early Flight and the Wright Brothers, Jet Aviation, Golden Age of Flight, The Great War, World War II, Sea-Air Operations, Apollo to the Moon, Space Shuttle Colombia ...
... here for a while, had a few beers and chatted, in english and spanish before trying to head to a different bar. Me being an idiot, i left my ID at Vlad's place. We kept walking around tying to find a new bar that would let me in, but we got to the point where we called it quits.We got home to Vlad's housemate on the couch (which was my bed for the night) with 3 girls so we stayed up and chatted a bit until they left and I crashed ...
... be seeing whilst in D.C.
Upon arrival at the hotel, we were given room keys and told that there would be an all you can eat (obviously) dinner waiting for us at 1900hrs. The hotel is of excellent standard and the rooms are top notch, with double beds and coffee machines. Yes coffee machines, not sachets of cheap tea that you pour hot water into.
Anyway, I'm off for now, will post later tomorrow.
... political paintings, captivated us both. For lovers of naive painting as I am, take a look online.
Face Value: Portraiture in the Age of Abstraction.A groundbreaking reassessment of the reinvention of portraiture in America between 1945 and 1975—the period when the abstract expressionists reached international prominence.Included works by major artists Will Barnet, Chuck Close, Richard Diebenkorn, Red Grooms, David Park, Larry Rivers, Elaine ...