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... I have a dream' speech. It was here were we took in the mesmerising view across the reflecting pool. From there, we visited the World War II Memorial with the stunning fountains and the tallest structure in Washington DC, the Washington Monument. In the morning, we headed out early to see if we could get 'free' tickets to the Washington Monument, we were in luck, with four tickets for the 4pm viewing. Giving us plenty of time to visit the White House ...
... the onset of the Civil War, federal troops occupied the property as a camp and headquarters. In 1863, the government established Freedman's Village on a portion of the estate as a way to assist slaves transitioning to freedom. As the number of Civil War casualties was outpacing other local cemeteries, the property became a burial location. On June 15, 1864 the War Department officially set aside approximately 200 acres of the property to use as ...
... were lucky enough to get some for the time slot we wanted and gave the excess to others on our trip. We then walked across to the WWII memorial as we now had a working camera, followed by the Lincoln Memorial. Then a big walk back accross to the museums. We went to the Museum of national history which was pretty good, but again there is only so much we could take in. We did focus more on the WWI today as we realised we didn't know a lot about it in comparison to the ...
... 8211; Stockholm (one of the most boring hostels). So without an adults area (ie a bar), a common room full of children and a breakfast hall so noisy one quickly ate and left, it was difficult to meet fellow travellers. After a similarly non-social hostel in Boston I am looking forward to meeting up with Daniel in NYC.
A further complaint about these school groups. The hostel seems incapable of organising the rooms around them. I ...
Thanks everyone for the birthday wishes.
We were ready for a day off, so we took it easy and rode around the town on the $1 Circulator Bus. There are several loops, so we did them all, and they go to the outer suburbs where the average people live. The green loop went to the Adams Morgan area, which was heavily Mexican, quite poor, but packed with ethnic restaurants, shops and happy Mexican ...