WyteStone Suites of Potomac Mills
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... Lincoln memorial it was still very imressive and had a giant standing statue of the President housed in a temple like structure. All of these memorials also feature beautiful sentiments etched in the marble walls surrounding them. We took the bikes back to near the apartment after that and then ventured out again to see the Eastern Market. This is a historical building which features various foods including ...
... we leave Washington. Washington was a place that I wasn't thrilled at the idea of coming too but I'm pleased we did. The history that exists here that in one way or another has affected our lives in ways we don't always realise, the people of the past, their actions, suffering and beliefs have changed our thinking and being.
To me we are so much more like American than we wish to admit and that's not a bad thing and there are we ...
... 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!!) ...
... with mine of "Frog") Our spy duties while site seeing around the city were even more (well perhaps less!) disguised by our nearly official FBI hats. Our disguises were, city tourists! So I think we covered that remarkably well!
It started out with a walk into the main museum mile, where we went in search for the International Spy Museum. Bullseye, we found it, bought our tickets and entered in, ready for our spy operation to commence. There were Six of us ...
... odd apartment block thrown in for good measure. The Millennium Park is a fabulous creation. That together with the Art Institute separate the city buildings from Lake Michigan, so it is easily a good half mile from the first commercial building till you reach the waterfront, so green space has certainly been prominent in the planners thoughts. The park itself has a wonderful outdoor concert arena, a ice skating park, the fifty foot high Crown Fountain, and the BP ...