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... were all breathtaking and from all over the world. It made me want to travel even more. I took some cool pictures of the pictures which kind of seems like cheating but I couldn’t help myself! Haha! After that we walked to the gem stone exhibit. When I was a kid I loved rocks and collected fun and pretty looking ones so I really enjoyed this exhibit. There are some seriously beautiful and amazing natural rocks out there. The center piece of this exhibit is the ...
Following Lincoln's assassination, Andrew Johnson was ushered into office. In 1867, Congress enacted the Reconstruction Act, allowing southern states to rejoin the Union on certain terms. These terms were intended for black suffrage. President Johnson vetoed the act, but Congress overrode it. A twin of the Reconstruction Act, the Tenure of Office Act required approval from Senate to remove an official. ...
... back in the US at Washington Dulles (IDA) around 3 pm Saturday. Tired and feeling jet-lagged we finally made it home around 5.
Glad to be home!
Our France trip was everything we thought it would be and more.
Au revoir for now!
... again!). After a long, long walk, during which Jayne was sure someone kept moving the monument further away, the ticket office was reached. But all 1,000 tickets for the day had already been handed out, so we put that off for another day. On the way back to the Metro we came across an outdoor café, where we enjoyed a cold drink before continuing back to the campground. The evening concluded with our customary campfire.
... favourite part of the museum was the section on the space race between the Soviet Union and the States. Even though I didn't see the entire museum, at the end of it my brain felt like it'd been on information overload! We then headed back to New York. I was expecting it to be a long day, DC is a good 4 hour drive, but I wasn't as tired as I expected to be. Mainly because the coach took us to every location and very little walking ...