WyteStone Suites of Potomac Mills
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... least one visit in your lifetime. In general, I do not find the people who work in DC's museums, government buildings and the capital building particularly friendly. I am assuming it's due to the high volume of visitors and stringent rules. They may say the buildings "belong to the people", but I never get that feeling when I visit, even if I am helping pay the utility bills and the salaries of those waiting to bark orders at visitors. Most times, ...
... but we were hungry and eager to keep moving so headed north. Walking past a very impressive building I was surprised to see it was the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Lame. Until we got closer and saw a large picture of a bank note out front. Oh they are responsible for printing the paper currency for the Federal Reserve. Can print a few extra to build a cool building, fair enough.
Reaching the East side of the National Mall we saw the Washington Monument up close. ...
Today we continued on our Big Red Bus tour of Washington DC. We hopped on the bus nearby at the Air and Space Museum and headed to the crossover point for the yellow loop near the Washington Monument. This bus route visits the historic area of Georgetown. It also passed by attractions such as the Albert Einstein Memorial, US Institute of Peace and Dupont Circle.
Half way around the yellow loop ...
... were also given subsidized positions in SEZ's (Special Economic Zones), the Indian government rightly has intervened and is working to prevent the SEZ’s for the dumping the plastic waste into India.
There exist both organized recycling units (3500) and unorganized units (4000), which have no oversight. The CPCB claims that 60% of plastic waste that is produced is recycled. Based on anecdotal experience 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!!) ...