Motel 6 Washington DC SE - Camp Springs
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... the Pentagon in the background. If you zoom up on the photo of the single memorial tree you can see the security patrol with his big gun on the right hand side. Steve took the photo of the front of the building. You can actually book to do a tour of the Pentagon but you have to book this two weeks out. I guess that's so that they can do a check up on people first, however, I can't imagine you would get to see much. We did see a group being escorted ...
... went to the Albert Einstein Planetarium at the museum and saw a show on the creation of the planets and stars narrated by Woppie Golberg. After the show we stopped at the gift shop for astronaut ice cream (tasted like cardboard but Sam liked it). Before heading to Philadelphia, Sam had a relative that he wanted to see so Army and I dropped him at their house, went and grabbed food, 20 minutes later we picked him up and began the short drive to Philly. ...
... meal with plenty of laughter and storytelling. It truly was sad to have to put and end to it so that our visitors could get their train home.
Kim drove us back to our hotel, with her daughter navigating, an adventure on its own. Every time she cut someone off she yelled "Noo Joisey driver, out of the way".
In the end, we didn't see any of the musuems we wanted to see at the national mall, but it didn't matter, we spent a great day with some wonderful people.
... pre-Revolutionary war. Note: If you are not into historic places or architecture, but enjoy high-end shopping, cafes, bars and restaurants, Georgetown has everything you need for an enjoyable visit. The harbor is beautiful also. We were fortunate to catch the sunset while we were there.
We ended our day in Georgetown at a wonderful Italian restaurant that came highly recommended by a friend. Filomena Ristorante. Make ...
... Scresi has 7 churches and one more is being built. Some of these are used only one day a year on the Saints Day for whom the church is named. To my American mind this abundance of unused buildings is odd given the living conditions of the people. But really who am I to judge?
Well this ramble has gone on long enough and we are waiting for our dinner to arrive ... it is 9 o, clock and the group members are really getting worked up.