Best Western Potomac Mills
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... unfortunately under repair and was covered in scaffolding, however we could still make out the monument and it is very impressive, stretching towards the sky in an obelisk shape. After that we headed over to the Museum of Natural History where we spent a good 2 hours just exploring and admiring all of the exhibits. It was a pretty amazing museum and covered so much, from the dawn of man, to the evolution of mammals and the history of the dinosaurs ...
This trip is special. Rather than my usual last minute, throw everything in a suitcase and stay up until 2 hours before it is time to leave thus crashing immediately on the plane, I actually preplanned all my packing. I even coordinated all outfits with jewelry, took photos and placed a photo with each day's itinerary! Nerd. ...
... of the early Founding Fathers ended up penniless. A far cry from our Presidents today, huh? A good, if not a bit long tour. And the guide didn't seem to put much emphasis on what I wanted to see most, the grave site. Interesting that neither he nor Dolly had a grave marker until much later. They just didn't believe in them.
I walked the roughly 1/3 mile down a hill to the Madison Family Cemetery. Once again I found myself alone ...
... We have the best burgers at Thunder Burger & Bar - Nicole 'builds her own' and I have a Ventura Highway (Brie and caramelized onions-yum). We have enough time to visit Georgetown Cupcakes - as it is its home town, and a couple of stores. A lovely area, reminds me a little of Cambridge, so clean, beautiful with a lot of character - will definitely be back. It rained all day but is so hot that neither of us can ...
... display, showing the heights of our various ancestors. Some that lived just 17,000 years ago were between 3 and 4 foot tall.
Outside to enjoy the spring flowers, we walked past the White House and I was most disappointed to discover that the road it lies on is now largely blocked off. With at least 20 metres between me and its fence there was no way I could pluck a blade of the lovely White House lawn to stick in my scrapbook, a partner for the blade ...