Motel 6 Washington DC
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... entitled to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." And what a great privilege it is to be free and independent!
Much to our disappointment we were not allowed to take any pictures inside the National Archive Building (so I found some on the internet so you can see)! The building was enormous such a grand scale. Another amazing architectural feat, inside and out.
As we were waiting for the bus at our next stop we met ...
... there were monuments to political leaders, and leadlight windows depicting historical events, as opposed to having only scriptural pics and statues - a combination of both. Although we didn't walk anywhere near as much the second day, we traipsed around for almost 12 hours again, so we're putting in big days. We have to make the most of it when we're only here for a couple of days. This is our second experience ...
... room. A replica crematorium set on white paneling made me cry harder. The room was beginning to spin and I was burning. Suddenly i was surrounded by a group of girls who ushered me quickly through a room of portraits into a quiet area where I stripped layers and tried to regain my breath. After awhile of being consoled by friends and strangers alike, I was migrated downstairs to a bathroom where I would wait with at least 6 people for a teacher to ...
... and toll gates.
Thank goodness for our nav tool. We found mike and Marias house easily. Their new house is wonderful and in a great area. As I write this blog there are deer roaming outside, and a large woodpecker.
We all sat down and had a few wines. It was a great night.
... Gump gave his opinions about the Nam war. I headed for the Air & Space Museum. It impresses as soon as you enter with modules that have taken men into space as well as satellites and and early planes such as the Spirit of Saint Louis (first plane to fly non stop across the Atlantic). There is a surprising amount of Soviet stuff too, and the space race in general is a topic covered in quite a lot of detail. There were loads of interesting things ...