Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is an inscription carved into the stone that commemorates the "I Have a Dream" speech that Martin Luther King, Jr. gave to 250,000 people on the National Mall and countless others watching and listening on TV and radio. Just to stand where he stood, look up at Lincoln then out to the reflecting pool was awe inspiring.
We walked once more through the Viet Nam Memorial, ...
... will include the usual photos of all the "popular sites", as well. With that said, here goes:
Clara Barton National Historic Site, Glen Echo, Maryland. Clara Barton National Historic Site honors the life and work of this outstanding American humanitarian. She lived in this house from 1897 until her death in 1912. It served not only as her residence, but also as administrative headquarters and warehouse ...
... and the chicken pot pie—even the lima beans were good)
- Left a lot of our money in their gift shop
- Walked through the Education Center and Museum
We learned a lot about him, but the thing I remember the most is how central he was to the formation of the new country. I don’t think I ever really understood that. He was appointed the Commander in Chief of the army for the Revolutionary War, and, when it was finally won, he was ...
That's right, we are, indeed, not dead. For those of you who have been wondering, we're not dead. For those of you who haven't been paying attention, we haven't posted an entry for six days. Where have you been?
Anyway, we've been running all over creation viewing stuff (that's a technical term for stuff in DC) and trying to stay awake and keep up. Now, Barbara and I are madly trying to make up the entries that we ...
Proctor and LaDawn were kind enough to take us to the National Art Gallery and American History Museum today. Seeing all the masterpieces up close was of course stupendous. The History Museum was less wonderful except for the "Rising Up" exhibit ( Hale Woodruff's murals from Talladega College. We all felt that the other exhibits we saw ...