Quality Inn Washington
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... city we viewed the Thomas Jefferson Memorial who was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence. We then stopped at the Smithsonian air and space museum. This was brilliant with NASA displays of various shuttles and crafts. The aerial display of many designs and styles of aircraft was just as amazing. Note Gary's favourite was the Spitfire plane.
Capitol Hill: we viewed the back of the building, on ...
Strolled around the corner to the Big Bear Café for the 'Breakfast Sammy' and a cappuccino to get me ready for a big tourist day in DC.
Decided to walk into town ~ 2.2 miles and started at Capitol Hill.
A bit of a shame that the dome was covered in scaffolding - but still an impressive building.
From Capitol Hill ...
... tidal basin and we took in all of Washington. It is a political city but we were having a blast. We popped into the FDR memorial to read some of his famous lines on the way to another famous memorial which was the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Jefferson played one of the larger roles as a founding father during the birth of America and his words and ideals have shaped America ever since. Our walking guide only had a few more places left, including the Holocaust memorial museum in which ...
... Trumps presidential inauguration in 2017. We stayed on the bus as there was one destination that Janene has talked about going to for as long as I remember and we wanted to go there first.
The bus took us through the city of Washington with a tour guide filling us in on all the local history. We went through shopping districts, eating districts, the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, J Edgar Hoover building which holds the FBI and saw the Verizon Center (Where the Wizards ...
... Memorial (the black wall), the WW2 Memorial and the sky-scratching Washington Monument. It's amazing to be in these iconic places that you see in movies so often. Read about the Washington Monument here:
After hitting the food and souvenir vendors, we spent about a half hour at the White House Visitor Center reading/watching about its history before a walk around it. ...