Westin Tyson's Corner
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... is just such a cool building with actually a load of history and cool sections like the massive domed rotunda with all the paintings and statues in, we finished the tour and headed over to the library of congress which is such a cool building, saw a fascinating exhibit on Thomas Jefferson and all the books which he owned, including the builders bible !!!! We went to explore the monuments at night to see what they looked ...
With the Government Shutdown, Washington DC is virtually closed. We'd planned on going to different Smithsonian Museums but of course they're all closed. Washington could have ended up being a major disappointment except for the one thing we found that was open - the Newseum.
It was 6 stories high and was all about the history of news and was one of the most amazing places I've been. We spent hours there. They had actual newspapers there dating right back to the 1500's ...
... a visit to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum so we checked that out - see the photos. Our tickets also included a River Boat cruise so we did that too. We met a nice couple from Pittsburgh.
We had a beer at a local Irish pub and then Italian again for dinner, their pasta sauce is amazing. The chef was complemented that we came back.
... aimed at the school groups that came through. There is no debating that the entire episode is mortifying and the thought that there is still genocide going on today is heart breaking. And the passports we took with us... the man Michael read about was shot, and my lady was given up by the Polish family she was hiding with, was paraded through the town naked and then killed. So sad.
We spent the afternoon searching for the main tourist sights of ...
... of any given nation's residents in the U.S. as reported in the 1890 census; after July 1, 1927, that two percent rule was to be replaced by an overall cap of 150,000 immigrants annually and any quotas determined by "national origins" as revealed in the 1920 census. ...