Howard Johnson Washington DC North/BW Parkway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... in England the changes it to the Presidents Residence but then in 1814 when their was a battle and the Presidents residence got burned and charred so it had to be painted white. They renamed it again then to be officially known as The White House. We then headed to the Lincoln memorial all lit up at night Lincoln was a huge foreboding figure looking down on us. I couldn't believe I was standing looking up at him. Our last stop on our way back to get dinner was ...
We spent the morning in the lounge of the hotel before heading by taxi to Dulles Airport. Checked in for our flight and was told we could choose our seats. It was a jumbo jet and was empty. It was like travelling first class - we all had 4 seats each and after being served dinner just lay down and slept. Touched down in Heathrow to wet weather - typical cold UK day. ...
... had a grist mill and distillery. Peter was an excellent guide who explained how George Washington became one of the biggest distillers in the Colonies, and how the processes worked. In the gift shop, you can buy sacks of corn meal from the still-working grist mill, and around the holidays, you can even order a bottle of brandy from the distillery.
The forecast looks like 60 - 40°F, so that drives our packing requirements. I told MJ 'we’re packing light.' I want some breathing took in the car this trip. Frankie and Thing 1and Thing 2 (Katie and Sylvie) will hold-down the fort here. Their job is to control the grasshoppers looking for a warm place to ride-out the winter. The No-Vacancy sign has not been an effective deterrent. Our neighbor Ben will ...
... and their were US helicopters flying above.
From the White House we moved past the Washington Monument to the World War 2 Memorial to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and then onto the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial, Korean War Veterans and Vietnam War Veterans Memorial and then finally the US Marine Memorial. Got back to our hotel around 10:45 pm.
Tomorrow we are off to NYC.