Econo Lodge Andrews A.F.B.
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... any of these before except perhaps the Dutch Apple pie. We started out from the camp and drove on highway 322 to highway 50. Our destination was Lititz, PA. This town is the home of the Moravian faith from Bohemia. They came here seeking religious freedom in the 1700's. Music and education are important to Moravians and there is a schoolhouse erected in 1746 that is now the same spot as Linden Hall, the oldest continuously operating girls school in the US. ...
... the Whitehouse and someone later saw the Presidential motorcade with Obama. After this we got dropped off by the coach near to the Smithsonian Museum which is made up of several different buildings, not all in Washington. We went to the National gallery of art, the Air and space museum and the American Indian museum. The museum are only closed two days a year and they are free to go in so they are very popular, the reality is that ...
Two huge days completed discovering our way around this big city. So much to see in such a short time. In a nutshell Friday we caught a hop on hop off tour bus that took us to the following places - The Museum of the American Indian, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War Veterans, World War 2 Memorials. We then travelled into the town to Ford's Theatre where Abraham Lincoln was shot then across the road to Madam Tussaud's. Back to Hotel late for ...
... be seeing whilst in D.C.
Upon arrival at the hotel, we were given room keys and told that there would be an all you can eat (obviously) dinner waiting for us at 1900hrs. The hotel is of excellent standard and the rooms are top notch, with double beds and coffee machines. Yes coffee machines, not sachets of cheap tea that you pour hot water into.
Anyway, I'm off for now, will post later tomorrow.
... Whatever happened to common sense???? Flew out the window somewhere big time.
So to Barbara Kruger who made a place for herself in the gender and inequality politics that surrounded the feminist movement and joined the ranks of artists challenging the methods of mass media in the 1980s. Stretched across 6,700 square feet in vinyl panels all over the floor and walls, Kruger’s immersive environment, entitled “Belief+Doubt,” is a ...