Super 8 Waldorf
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... emotional! Afterwards Mike and I both knelt and said a prayer of gratitude to these brave men and women and another of thanks to God that neither Kenny, Kory or Matt are here. No one that we know personally is here, and boy am I grateful for that!
After Arlington, we were hoofing it around DC. We missed so many things, but we only had so much time and my short legs would only go so fast.
We came across the bridge from Arlington and right ...
Most of today was spent visiting different attractions around Washington D.C. We started at Arlington Cemetery where a large number of soldiers and high profile people are buried. Walking through the vast grounds, we saw numerous headstones of people killed in World War Two, Korean, Vietnam and Iraqi Wars. It is moving to see the graves lined up and all with the same headstones. To be eligible for burial here now you ...
... the oval office. Just kicking back in our new digs.
The next day it was off to the Georgia Aquarium. We had just been to the Florida Aquarium a week earlier, but they didn’t have whale sharks. There was no way we were missing these guys.
Our first view ...
... and the rustic vegetable garden. It's a truly stunning property situated on a hill with a perfect view of Washington DC city.
Lauren took us out for a meal on our last night. We had a unique dining experience. We went to an Eitheopean restaurant where you eat entirely with your hands. The food is served on one large, flat stainless steel plate and your given bread/crepes to scoop everything up with. We had mixed vegetable and ...
... a white exterior." (Wikipedia)
Starting at the back of the Capitol Hill building, we dragged a whinging Zoe down the street and onto the buildings back steps. Behaving when Greg put her on his shoulders, we took the opportunity to walk around to the front of the building for more pictures. At the bottom of the steps was a lawned area. It was here that Zoe got her second wind when she was allowed to climb over the stone wall and run on the grass. Meeting the girls at ...