WyteStone Suites of Potomac Mills
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... as Independence Hall) and was cast with the inscription of, "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." It originally cracked when first rung after arrival in Philadelphia. In its early years, the Liberty Bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens to public meetings and proclamations. It was then onto the camp site, for our night in the wild and a lesson in erecting a tent....After a ...
... pulled up exactly as I got back - great timing! Off to lunch at a slightly disappointing Mexican restaurant before walking BACK into the city again, retracing my morning steps and then extending them to take in the Washington monument, Lincoln Memorial and The White House before then finding a bar for Happy Hour. As I had, by this time, spent almost the whole day walking, I wimped out after just knew beer and left C and J in town and caught the subway most of the way back ...
... by plane we would have had problems today with the weather.
It had been or still was snowing all the way to Washington. I don't think Washington received as much snow as New York but it is still BLOODY COLD?
After we settled in we decided to go for an explore, we went around the block, nice neighbourhood, the houses are very nice, semi detached, you find 5 to 7 all the same then the next group are ...
... but being as though he only misses it by one day, we all decided that it was a good excuse to have another birthday cake. That makes 4 birthday cakes in 3 weeks. That must be some kind of record.
27/8/13 Washington DC (District of Columbia)
We had a free day today, a good opportunity for everyone to do their own thing. Fred & I caught the bus and subway into the city. We had our first encounter with the locals and I ...
... He too owned slaves. He inherited the land from his father.
Madison is best known as the principal architect of the Constitution. Often called the "Father of the Constitution." He gave us the three branches - legislative, executive and judicial. He gave us the bi-cameral (two houses) legislature. He was short, only 5'6", but probably one of the smartest Presidents we've ever had. He attended Princeton University (Yea Laura!!) ...