Super 8 Waldorf
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... Martin Luther King Memorial. It looks out across the water to the Jefferson Memorial. Last but not least, we visited the Vietnam Memorial Wall, inscribed with the the names of all the Servicemen and women who died in that conflict. At the entrance there are directories that contain the names of all the personnel, so friends and families can locate the position of their loved ones inscribed on the wall. It was a long, but highly ...
... br> We also saw the old senate and supreme court chambers. Of course Emily was most interested in the benches.
We returned to the Senator's office and he was having a meet and greet. He was nice and I told him my concerns and debated for a few minutes. I don't think I convinced him but I did bring up a point that he apparently wasn't aware of. After meeting him and getting a picture with the family,I ...
... fallen servicemen and women and will stand shoulder-to-shoulder, a phalanx to block out the ranting of Fred Phelps and the anti-gay fanatics of the so-called Westboro Baptist Church who seek to destroy such sacred events. Rolling Thunder is quick to point out that it is not a motorcycle club even though many members ride bikes and most are veterans.
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... spent a lovely rewarding week in culture, social, sharing. I enjoyed every moment.
Next week I will continue the English classes, try to go to New York City, and go to the cinema. I will see, every day are uncertainties.My motto for my last weeks is: Live each day thoroughly , as if it was your last! Because time is too fast!
See you next week people! ;)
... silence, the two older girls looking reflective or Mum and Dad giving daggers but all four were respectful, interested, mindful and acutely aware of the significance of where they were. The Cemetery itself has an intriguing history dating back to the Civil War and also includes the Kennedy Graves ( Joseph, John, Bobby and Ted in addition to Jackie Onassis and her infant children), the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and a trove of other notable graves. But it is the ...