Aaron Shipman House Bed and Breakfast
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... to get inside. We went to the information counter where one of the kind staff showed us all the highlights of the museum and all the showrooms we needed to attend. We walked around the museum while the girls asked questions and my parents and I trying to answer them. The museum was so big we didn't have time to walk through it entirely but the places we did go were fab! My favorite part of the museum was the hope diamond, and all the jewelry on display. (Girly girl ...
... with Nick and Maura. They live in a really nice neighbourhood and we were immediately taken up onto the roof of the apartment block for some impressive sunset views across DC. Maura then cooked a tasty chicken dinner for us and we shared a fair amount of wine while the stories both old and new were in full flow. I'm really happy to finally be here, it's just a shame we haven't seen each other for so long but I'm sure we can make up for it. ...
... Air and Space and the American History Museum. The American History Museum was really interesting, everything from pop culture, transportation, presidents, African American history and the American flag. We saw Abraham Lincoln's top hat that he wore the night he was assassinated, the first American flag ever made and beautiful gowns of the first ladies, even one that was worn by Edith Roosevelt. We walked around the 1903 Wright flyer, the ...
... a new one in the first place. The holocaust museum was very confronting. It was very packed therefore we didn't get to ready everything but I read enough. Enough to learn more then I wanted and feel very ill and unsettled about the grotesque mistreating of so many people. As we walked in we got given an ID card of person affected by the Nazis. It then started with the rise of Hitler and then the rise of the Nazi power and the introduction of the Gestapo. What Hitler ...
... hungry by 7.30am, in the other hostels it is very quiet and contemplative time – I was not ready for the noise and madness of Washington. I never utilised the common room in this hostel as it was full of kids playing games. One night they were playing in the hallway, luckily they got told to return to their rooms, but this is the kind of in-your-face behaviour I was not happy to be surrounded by.
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