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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the Civil War and Abolition, of which Lincoln was such a strong supporter. He is by far my favourite president, remembering my Politics A Level class. It was jammed packed, which was unfortunate for us and you can see that in our pictures. All of the walking and learning had made us hungry and we found a bench nearby to eat our packed lunch. One memorial we did want to see but was not on our itinerary was the Martin Luther King memorial which we found amazing! We enjoyed a walk ...
... further genealogy research will tell. The old house, original portion of which was built by Charles’ grandfather, Charles Carroll the settler, added to by Charles Carroll of Annapolis, and finally Chuck of Carrollton (3rd generation) shows building styles from the 1600’s and 1700’s. It also sits on the bay.
Another car trip away ...
... the black marble wall with the names of the dead USA citizens at the Vietnam War memorial are stark reminders of the senseless suffering of war. Martin Luther King Jnr's memorial beautifully illustrates some of his most striking quotes and his serene stance against inequality.
Lining either side of The Mall, the museums of the Smithsonian Institute contain outstanding thematic exhibits, all in very different buildings. The oldest is the ...
... but instead chose an old bar called Martin's Tavern, which was established in 1933. Apparently every president has eaten there from Harry Truman to George W. Bush. I'm sure Obama will get around to it eventually. We ate outside on the patio. I got a monte cristo sandwich. It was yummy.
From there we continued to walk around Georgetown, taking in the sights. We had one major goal left: cupcakes. Georgetown Cupcakes. We eventually found the little shop, all decorated in ...
... you see these things in real life that you have seen only in movies. I wanted to learn more about the history of Abraham Lincoln, his reign as president and everything he stood for. I visited an Internet cafe and read as much as I could about Abraham and other presidents. I was so tired, so I went back to the Hotel and slept and slept and ...