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Walking distance to a great restaurant precinct and the Smithsonians.
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Today I went and visited the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. It is (another) excellent museum and housed in a very interesting building from both without and within, and I would suggest putting aside 4 - 5 hours to view it. There ...
A great day out. We caught the metro from Foggy Bottom, changing at L'Enfant Plaza for a metro train to Huntington where we caught a bus to the Mount Vernon estate, the home of George Washington in the 1700's.
It was a very relaxing location, very similar to a National Trust property in England, and so interesting to learn the history of the first president of America.
In the evening we collected a Chinese ...
... and sit down, so we head away from the monument and find this little souvenir shop. We stop for a bit and have a drink and seat and decide that it mY be time to head back to the hotel. Be are tired with the travel and know that the following day is going to be a much longer day, so want as much rest as possible. I head to bed, Tony sits out in the lobby where he Isabel to get wifi and catch up with the world back home. He takes a stroll to find his surroundings. This day is ...
... eating far more interesting looking things. “What’s that?” I asked the waitress, “and that?” pointing to the dishes the Chinese patrons had. She brought us another menu but when we tried to order the hotpot off of it she said, “No, not for Americans. Only for Chinese people. American no like!” “Yes, we want it. I’ve had it before. I know what it is.” “No, take to long for you to ...
... the USA, first to go around the world and 'Glamorous Glennis', the first plane to break the sound barrier with Chuck Yeager behind the wheel.
Before leaving our tour I was also able to touch a piece of moon rock. I have vague recollections of seeing some moon rock at Hastings museum when I was a nipper with some famous person there, maybe an astronaut. I will have to check with Ma and see if that is true or some weird dream I once had.