Gregg and I are on our way to look around National Harbor in Maryland.
I found the following information on the Internet: National Harbor is a new 300-acre waterfront destination in the Washington, DC area that opened in the spring of 2008. It includes hotels, restaurants, retail stores, condominiums, a full-service marina, a convention center, and commercial office space. The cornerstone of the development of National Harbor is the new Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center (Gregg said he thought these people also owned the Grand Old Oprey) said to be the largest non-gaming hotel and convention center on the East Coast. Plans are also underway to build the National Children’s Museum on this site.
Above is a cropped photo of where we were heading to. We were on the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. What I removed was the concrete barrier which did nothing for the photo. Below is a very interesting sculpture as we approach.