Aunt Beas Little White House B&B
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... on ice) as I tried to keep pace with my Heinekens. A great day was had by all, (especially Don and I), the Nationals won but are still having a disappointing season, and their Nattitude needs some improvement. On the walk home I was certainly bulletproof, and made sure no one was going to mess with this ************, who was brought up on the means streets of Virginia. Ok, time for sleep, catch the train to Philly in the morning, City of Brotherly Love and all that. ...
... It was nice to see but it does not really compare to other natural history museums I have been to. Although there were some nice exhibitions on dinosaurs, wildlife and many other things like American culture.
Our schedule then took us to the Air and Space Museum. This is possibly one of the best museums in the city because it really tells the story of how we came to fly in real detail with lots of models, parts ...
... with a statue of Alexander Hamilton and the Liberty Bell.
Then we saw the Octagon Museum that is in the shape of a hexagon. President James Madison and his wife Dolley, lived in this house when British burnt the White House from 1814-1815. Dolley did many wonderful things while her husband President. Her funeral was the 3rd largest in the city. It was during her funeral that she was referred to as America's first ...
... of names on the graves of Arlington.
The morning of the MCM began at 0500hrs. By 0540 I was on a hotel shuttle to the MCM shuttle stop and then on a crazy mixed-up windshield tour of DC on a shuttle bus with the wrong directions to the start village. We we're finally dropped off on the south side of the Pentagon ...
... London museums. The Air and Space museum features the original Wright Brothers Plane and several space shuttles. We visit the planetarium to watch a show called "Dark Matter". Geeky, right?
After visiting the conveniently located McDonalds (it was literally attached to the back of the museum), we visited the National Holocaust Museum. Words will not do justice to the experience inside the exhibitions, but I'll just say that any visitors to ...