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Walking distance to a great restaurant precinct and the Smithsonians.
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One week in Washington (or Dallas, San Antonio, Port Aransas ....) is just not enough! I have tried to include as many photos as possible as I am convinced my words can not do this great city justice. This visit saw us catch up with Sondra and watch her compete in (and finish!!) the Marine Corps Marathon; have drinks as the guest of a fellow Army …
... as Independence Hall) and was cast with the inscription of, "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." It originally cracked when first rung after arrival in Philadelphia. In its early years, the Liberty Bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens to public meetings and proclamations. It was then onto the camp site, for our night in the wild and a lesson in erecting a tent....After a ...
... looking back to the Washington monument. The iconic Lincoln made of white marble, sitting in his chair watching over the city of DC.
We stood right in front of the White House with its perfectly manicured gardens, golf course like grass and large white pillars - it was exactly like the photographs. Amazing to me how it is in the middle of downtown Washington. Although it is surrounded by secret service cars and the metro police, of ...
... enough time. To be honest, after the holocaust museum I was done reading and learning and trying to take in more information as it's so full on and there is just so much to learn. We jumped back on huge bus at 5 after a huge day! I had a wee little nap and then got ready for tonight's shena****ns at a little Irish pub called, Shena****ns. Day two was another big one! We were up early to meet another couple and get to the Washington monument to stand in line for ...
... the frequent air turbulence we experienced. Closing my eyes I could almost swear I was aboard the Enterprise as she was being torpedoed by the Klingons. Another low point of the flight for Mr Parsons was the fact that he was seated behind a woman who insisted on reclining her seat for the entire journey which meant he had to fold himself up like an origami swan. We were met at ...