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... on it, surrounding what in warmer months is a massive fountain. The back of the circle in the centre displays a wall of 4,048 stars, each one symbolising one hundred American servicemen who died in World War II. At the time we couldn’t figure out the reason of the order the states were in, so later looked it up and found this:
"Much like a formal gathering of military or governmental leaders, wherein the guest or place of honour is at centre. In this case, the ...
... building was a fairly short visit- we really wanted to see the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Of course as the documents are so old now they are pretty impossible to actually read but we made out the signatures of Benjamin Franklin, George Washington and John Hancock - which was really great. Beautiful building, too. The handwriting on these documents is so beautiful as well.
Next on our list was a return to the Natural ...
... being made every day. Now we had tickets for the Washington Monument, but on such a lousy day, we decided to do that next time. We also did not go as planned to the National Archives because of the bad weather, so instead went a little early to the Fords Theater and the Peterson House (where Abe Lincholn died). These 2 museums were recently renovated and gave a good history of that a time. Enjoy the pictures. ...
... so now than ever before as I have become more approving of letting go of control when things don't go as planned. Perhaps this will be an opportunity to fine tune myself as a young-at-heart-adventurer or this may very well turn into my last ditch effort to act as if I'm still in my 20s. Or perhaps this will be my personal nostalgia as I relive the adventures that I had when I was in my 20s. Whatever it may be, ...
Today has been good so far, doesn't feel like my birthday, we met up with the group this morning at 9 and got dropped off at the national mall, so where all the smithsonian museums were. We started at the museum of natural history, that was cool, not as good as the one in NY, we saw the hope diamond there, that was awesome.. Then we went to the holocaust museum and man that was so sad. It wasn't too graphic but still there were a ...