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... we walked to the WWII Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the FDR Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial. We then hopped on another trolley that took us to the Arlington National Cemetery, where we visited the Kennedy graves, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, passing thousands of headstones. The cemetery conducts between 27 and 30 services each day. We watched as a horse-drawn ...
... to visit it. What did I do when I was 22 and 23? Did I just
spend my weekends parting with friends and going to bars? I guess my sense of
wanderlust wasn’t fully developed yet in my early adulthood.
Annapolis is still Maryland’s capital the State House is the
oldest one in the U.S. still-functioning as a state capitol. Annapolis is very
nice to walk around because of its ...
... on the corner of this road is the headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, The J. Edgar Hoover Building. Mim got here photo, but did not see any of here crime busting heroes, I sure she knows they are fictional.
The clouds started rolling in, and there were some huge claps of Thunder. We found some shelter under the roof of the Canadian Embassy.
The rain lightened and then we ventured ...
... means you served with them, a quarter means you were there with them when they were killed. The money is collected at some point and used to help maintain the cemetery. Anyway, I have added a number of photos of the grave sites with wreaths on them that were placed in a ceremony before Christmas (I took so many more).
Back on the bus and off to The Pentagon - drive by only, once the bus goes into the car park area, no photos are to be taken (they ...
... weather). All the midshipmen (as the Naval cadets are known) gather here at Bancroft Hall, which covers 33 acres and holds about 1700 rooms where the 4400 midshipmen live. At Formation, the midshipmen gather in their groups, and march one company at a time in to lunch, while the brass band plays Anchors Aweigh and the Marine Corps Hymn.
There is also a great museum on the campus, giving the history of the US ...