Econo Lodge Potomac Mills
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... can see the influence that Paris has had on this city as far as layout and design concept are concerned. The Korean War memorial/sculptures are very moving and then the large WWII site up to the enormous pencil (Clark named) with the White House down one avenue and through to the Mall lined with museums to all things and topped off with ...
Andrew spent a long time at the Air and Space museum, and plans to go back another day as he only managed to get around about 1/2 of it. He saw the original Wright brothers plane, the Spirit of St Louis, flown by Lindbergh across the Atlantic, plus other space things. He reports being in air and space "heaven"! ...
... the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden (which is one of the Smithsonian Museums). Now, I'll admit I'm not the biggest art fan and am a firm believer that modern art is just a load of junk but the art on show in the garden was really impressive and varied different types from a metal full size tree to a cartoon one dimensional wooden house (perhaps there's a possibility I could be converted).
After the Sculpture Garden I arrived at the Museum of Natural History and ...
... Father who was one of my childhood heroes? I have always been a Jefferson fan. The man was simply amazing. Now that word is thrown around pretty casually by many today, but it truly fit this man. He was a lawyer, farmer, politician, patriot, inventor, scholar, and much, much more. His three main accomplishments were the writing of the Declaration of Independence (when he was 33), the Virginia Statutes of Religious Freedom (establishing ...
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On our return trip we viewed a film on the bus that we had not had time to see at the museum. It was called "We Fight to Be Free" and was very interesting.
At arrival back in DC our bus dropped us off at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, while others chose to visit the Museum of American History. ...