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... he said. The tour was good and the building amazing. Tour finished and we headed to the Restaurant for lunch. After lunch and souvenir shopping, we then walked through the connecting tunnel to the Library of Congress. Wow!!!!!! This building has to be seen to be believed. The flooring is marble, the artworks amazing. It was just breath-taking. A truly remarkable building. Hopefully our photos will give you some idea of just what it ...
... the Library of Congress. The prices and food at the Capitol food court weren't too bad.We then rushed back to the Library to catch the 1:30 tour which also started before that time with an introductory movie about the Library. It is not just about books, but all kinds of media and the Library has quite a few exhibitions so that it really feels like you're visiting a museum rather than just a library . I would strongly recommend a visit here. We had a lady named ...
... the Tomb itself is guarded every hour and day of the year. The Tomb of the Unknown Solider is a dedication to all those who fought and died in any war. The Tomb sarcophagus is above the grave of an unknown solider from World War I and next to this grave are the bodies of unknown soldiers from World War II and Korea. There is also a crypt for an unknown soldier from Vietnam however due to DNA testing, they identified the body and returned him to the family upon their ...
Today we caught the metro train to Arlington National Cemetery. There we meet a DC by Foot guide who gave us a two and a half hour tour of the cemetery. The cemetery is over 600 acres so it was a good idea to get a guided tour, not only to see points of interest but also for the background information. DC by Foot do a range of walking tours, most of which are done on a pay-what-you-like basis. Arlington National Cemetery is a shrine to the memory ...
... pod that Felix Baumgartner made his parachute jump from in outer space. Of course Ross was in his element so we spent a few hours there. I ventured out after a while and walked around looking at the beautiful architecture in the various museums and government buildings. There was a sculpture garden with some very weird modern sculptures in it as well as a lovely fountain. We walked down the centre of the mall where there were hundreds of people milling about, some ...