Windsor Park Hotel
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The return bus will depart from Washington DC at 5:00PM. The cost per person for the entire day filled with our art, history and culture includes all admissions to the Museums, a catered personal box lunch, snacks and ...
... want to visit the U.S again... The evenings we mostly spent in Arlington, where we played chess in a park, and watched people playing soccer at the fields. I can't wait to put my soccer shoes on again! In Arlington, where our accomodation was, stood also a big shopping center. So like you can imagine, we also visited that one, and bought again, way too much....
Today at 3.am in the morning we left D.C ...
... in Washington were fed up of looking at an ugly building that looked like a chimney. We saw the whitehouse from here as well (from a distance)
After this we cycled to the World War 2 memorial with a fountain and pillars with all the American States around the outside. It was a very nice memorial with some thought provoking quotes engraved into the stone. It also recognised the women who played a part in the war as well. This memorial was placed at the end of ...
Wow! Today has been a day of preparation for blogging my trip! My host family has been so gracious to help me look at so many online options in trying to find the best way to tell you about what I see and do on my upcoming trip. I think we have finally made a decision and are ready for you to join us!
We have a lot of points on my map and it looks like I'll be covering ...
Today was a surprisingly warm February day, so Lindsay and I seized the chance to explore Theodore Roosevelt Island! The Island is fairly small and we learned that it used to be the summer home of John Mason (son of George Mason IV, one of our new favorite historical figures that we discovered ...