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Walking distance to a great restaurant precinct and the Smithsonians.
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... how quickly we have advanced and how much that has to do with competing countries trying to get the best airplanes to fight each other. Nothing like a little unfriendly competition to get you going! Our next stop was the Museum of Natural History. I was most excited for this museum because they have the Dinosaur exhibits but when we got there we found out that part was closed for renovations. It was to re-open in November so we were just missing it. There were of course a ...
... the southern states. The electoral college had a narrow margin between the two. At the last possible moment, the Republicans determined that if Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina could be tipped in favor of the Republicans, Hayes would win. They went ahead with the plan; the Democrats knew the Republicans had something up their sleeves. They figured it out, ...
We checked out of the hotel early to allow enough time to catch the RER train to the airport (CDG), figure out where to go, get through customs and out to our boarding gate. It took almost 3 hours.
Flying United in Economy Plus seating we had plenty of leg room for our 8+ hour flight back to the US. ...
... the British set it on fire. Thomas Jefferson, who had a very large private library, offered it to Congress, which purchased it as a start for a new library. Both the Capitol and the Library of Congress are spectacular buildings well worth a visit.
After having had lunch in the visitors' restaurant we started on a hike towards the Washington Monument with the intention of climbing the 862 steps to the top (and ...
... and every traveller is looking for something different. I arrived at the hostel after a long night train from Chicago and a long walk in the baking, humid heat with my huge bags. After getting checked in, they made me sign an agreement to all their rules in the hostel. No drinking after 10pm. No shoes in the hostel. 10 minute showers (due to their lacking in facilities). The list went on. I had doubts about the sort of experience I was going to have there but I tried ...