Favorite Photos #5 - Washington, D.C.

While we wait for the right renter to come along, we continue to entertain you with our favorite photos, this time from Washington, D.C. in the summer of 2007.  While we know that June in D.C. is generally humid, we were blessed with warm temperatures and low humidity just as we would expect on a California summer day. To God be the Glory!

United States Capitol taken from the upper deck of the Grayline Tour bus

Washington Monument

Eagle sculpture at the World War II Memorial

Korean War Memorial

Old Post Office

Good News, Bad News: This building is beautiful, bad news: city leaders have tried to tear it down on many occasions over the last 100 years.  The Good News is they have never been able to overcome the protesters. Bad News: Donald Trump will be leasing the building for 1/4 million dollars per month for the next 60 to 100 years.  Good News: rumor has it that while it will be the highest quality DC hotel with 270 rooms, Trump will preserve the main atrium show below.  Good News: Ride the elevator to the top of the tower and you get a view of DC almost as high as the Washington Monument. We had no wait time to get to the top in 2007.  Bad News: We don't know if Trump will still allow free access to the tower.

Major General George B. McClellan Equestrian Statue

Lincoln Memorial at the far end of the National Mall Reflecting Pool

This photo would have been a lot more spectacular and enjoyable had it not been for the 9/11 Terrorist Attack

The Whitehouse during the Presidency of George W. Bush

Washington National Cathedral

Washington Harbour Condos and Complex

Arlington National Cemetery

We have enjoyed looking through our photos trying to find those where we were lucky to capture an interesting or colorful image. We hope you enjoy them also as we will continue to bring them to you until God brings us the perfect renters.

Love, Pete, Ellen and Mandy

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