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... on the route was the Museum of Natural history, and the Smithsonian Castle for an unexpected lunch when the heavens opened up for about half an hour. From there we headed to the Smithsonian Air and space museum. Wow, what a place. Could have spent a week in there. Bec solved one of her greatest mysteries here too, just how astronauts go to the toilet in space. Then there it was off to the National Gallery of art. This place ...
Our first mega bus to DC was successful! It took around 5 hours, a little longer than expected but it went pretty quick!
We arrive at the hostel and it's really similar to halls, even the same smell (a mix of alcohol and take away food). We have a double bunk bed, perfect for hanging washing from!
We get the metro to china town and find a nandos next to a hooters, that our night sorted! The wizards have just played so all the crazy ...
... It is NOT Mexican Independence Day (that is in September) and Mexico does NOT celebrate the day (except for the little town of Puebla-- which was the host of the battle that the day does represent).
Next we went to visit some memorials. These were SO fabulous and honestly I could have spent a couple of hours at each (though I am not sure a 12 year old would have the same attention span) and we zoomed through them, spending about ...
... had trained a monkey to operate a capsule so they could do some tests, they trained it using light sensors and then it would press certain button or whatever, the only problem was it was an Indian monkey and apparently they were sacred, so to stop any myther with the Indian government they cancelled it 2 weeks before it was due to be blasted into space. All that knowledge gone to waste.
It was absolutely freezing today, well below zero so going into the museums ...
... Senator's office to give us a private guided tour through the building, so we got there early and had a very nice lunch in the building.
At 3pm Fiona arrived, the Senator's aide. A lovely young lady, so enthusiastic and spending her last afternoon with us before she headed off to Princeton Uni. She took us all around the building but not downstairs to the railway we got onto last time. We saw a lot that the general tours do not get to see ...
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