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... there. It's located on the north side of the building, adjacent to the area where the plane crashed. The memorial has an unusual design. Each victim's name is on a bench-like structure, arranged in a pattern according to birthdate.
Next we went on to the memorial featuring the statue of the five U.S. Marines raising the flag over Iwo Jima. Also visiting the site were two busloads of WWII ...
... It's tiny! Well not tiny, but considerably smaller that it looks on your TV set. The most incredible part of going to the White House was meeting a little old lady who has been protesting outside the White House for the last 33 years against nuclear weapons. I cannot believe I've never heard of her, she is just incredible! I'm not sure how old she is, I forgot to ask, but she's definitely in her 70s at least. We then headed to the ...
After waking up at 0545hrs, we went for breakfast before heading off to the Pentagon. After a 2 hour wait after passing through security, we were taking for a tour around the Pentagon by 2 USAF airmen. They talked a bit about the history of the United States military and then took us to the 9/11 memorial at the crash site of AA 77.
We then took the Metro to Arlington National Memorial, where we saw the changing of the guard at the Tomb of ...
... or extreme tiredness), whilst 3 hour trip provided time for William and Deb to update blog over coffee. We passed through towns like Philadelphia and Baltimore, arriving in Washington DC around 11.00am.
Once arrived caught taxi to Holiday Inn Capitol, Deb instantly loved the look of Washington DC, with grandeur environment nowhere near bustling New York.
Arriving too early to check in to ...
... through the pool and re-enacting the scene but the seriousness of the security guards helped us decide not to.
From the Lincoln Memorial we walked past the Korean War Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial, the Roosevelt Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial as we looped around the Tidal Basin. The memorials were all really impressive and provided good shade from the sun which was belting down.