Econo Lodge Potomac Mills
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... with little shops and lanes. We then went kayaking/paddle boarding- not water boarding (which is a form of torture)as Maighread called it to the guy at the desk ! In the evening we went to try out capital bike share which are boris bikes and Alyssa took us on a tour of the city and all the monuments it was all so big!!! And far away my legs were so not prepared for that much cycling ! But then the highlight of the day! Our first chipotle! Deeeeeeelicious it's a fast ...
... of our own.....winning! Except it's not really a room, it's a hallway with no door between the stairs & the shared bathroom which they have put two bunk beds. What do you except for $20 a night? Drop off our bags & head out for a belated lunch/early dinner.
On the walk through town we pass a huge group demonstrating that Jesus wasn't white, get death stared....probably should have picked a different street to walk ...
... House Down" that we watched on the plane.
It's a magnificent building, loved it and so took heaps of photos.
Walked a few blocks to Chinatown. Wasn't nearly as full on as New York's Chinatown. Went to the Big New Wong for a real Chinese meal. I had sweet and sour chicken which would go down as the best I've ever had in my life. The sauce was to die for.
Walked back to the apartment. All read our books, so nice that the boys have finally picked up their ...
... 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 ...
... the Hope Diamond, which is the largest blue diamond in the world.
We then went to the Air and Space Museum, which had an impressive collection of aircraft, spacecraft, space suits, and the first ever airplane flown by the Wright brothers. There are many museums on the Mall, and you’d need over a week to explore them all. The best thing about them is that they are completely free, which makes a refreshing change to the high entry ...