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... yards that provide cash for junk cars sell usable parts from vehicles which might be wrecked, broken, or have an issue that produces them un-drivable. Besides typically make payment on seller a lot of bucks for the clunker, a salvage yard commonly provides to tow the auto for nothing. Conclusion When you've got an oldtime clunker that is considered a vintage, or needs a few fixes to be ...
Numerous photographs of the Kennedy's was on exhibit at the Newseum. I was tickled to see a photograph of Jackie standing in front of the Georgetown house that I had photographed only a couple days prior. If I had known about the picture then, I would have stood in the very spot Jackie had stood and asked Andy take my picture in front of the house. Even if I am not as beautiful as Jackie O., I would still have got a kick out of it.
We walked south around the Ellipse Park towards the National World War 2 Memorial in the National Mall. It is dedicated to the Americans who served in the armed forces and civilians during WW2. Looking East we could see the Washington Monument and looking West we looked over the Reflecting Pool and Lincoln Memorial.
We walked along an icy path towards the Lincoln Memorial. The Reflecting Pool was drained which we later found out was due to a massive leak ...
... next day at the Saturday Morning breakfast cafe - the server could only be likened to and american version of Manuel from Faulty Towers! He was bumbling around like he had never done the job before! Food was good though when it eventually arrived. Shame that when we asked for ketchup we got BBQ sauce instead and the ketchup arrived after we finished our meals!
The service was also appalling in the bar we went to in Annapolis, again a bumbling waiter who appeared never ...
... of past Presidents who have lived here and also notable entities who currently own houses here. The shops on Wisconsin Avenue, just down from where our Hotel is, are gorgeous and look as though they are set in the front windows of old houses, flowers once again hanging from the lamp posts. We stopped in at the Martin for a drink on the way home. This is where John Kennedy proposed to Jackie O. Every President since WW2 has eaten at Martins. ...