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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 …
... pass and hope it was still the tight one; there was a board which they would change every time there was a new flight! We had our picnic; Ross found a sparrow which had flown in through the doors and of course started feeding it! He made me walk around the other side of the chairs to go to the restrooms because he didn't want me to disturb him! What a pain in the bum, silly wildlife man! Our plane to Chicago was tiny! There were only 3 seats in each ...
... so happened to be the Lincoln memorial so after we sprinted up the steps in the soaking rain we watched the pretty impressive storm there. In the evening we headed out and actually had a lot of trouble as DC has a stupid drinking law where it doesn't accept foreign driving licences as ID so the only place we could get in was an Irish bar which luckily had a really good band and mixed crowd to enjoy the ...
... rallying cries that made the possibility of a better society palpable to his community.Fasanella is often remembered for his iconic admonition: “Lest We Forget,” an impassioned plea to remember the sacrifices of our forebears. In 2014, the exhibition Ralph Fasanella: Lest We Forget, united the artist’s most powerful works in a celebration of the hundredth anniversary of his birth. Brightly coloured, beautifully composed naive and ...
... built and flown by the Wright Brothers in 1903. The fabric was replaced by the museum in 1985 but everything else remains the same.
Interesting fact; On September 14, 1814, US soldiers at Baltimore's Fort McHenry raised a huge American flag to celebrate a crucial victory over British forces during the war of 1812. The sight of those "broad stripes and bright stars" inspired Francis Scott Key to write a song. In 1931, congress ...