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Smithson never visited the States when he lived, but 75 years after his death, Smithsonian Regent Alexander Graham Bell brought Smithson's remains to Washington, where they were interred in a tomb in the Smithsonian Building. The big question is WHY did he leave his inheritance to the States. The main theory is he was illegitimate & not recognized by his mothers wealthy family & British society. When he inherited her fortune he choose ...
... uniforms, cars and you name it. Mohammad Ali's boxing gloves -yes, Archie and Edith's chairs from "All in the Family" - check, Harry Potters outfit from Hogwart's -of course! We got so wrapped up in the exploration we closed the place down. Okay it was only 5:30 but we could have stayed much longer. We talked about how much our grandkids would love these places as we saw so many precocious little kids eagerly lapping up everything.
We walked ...
This is our third hotel and it is creating a problem for the feeble minded like ourselves. We couldn't remember our room number and ended up going along the corridors trying all the doors. Fortunately it was a Swipe card and we only had to wave it in front of the lock. Then there is the game of hunt the bathroom in the middle of the night in the dark. Just try opening what appears to be a door handle only to discover it'sa ...
So today was our first official driving day on the tour. We headed out early at 7.45am, and travelled through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, before finally hitting Maryland (home of Washington D.C.).
On the way through Pennsylvania, we stopped in Philladelphia, home of the best Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. We stopped at a little place called Jim's Steaks, and I got my first taste of these amazing ...
... by myself.
First i walked up to the capital and around the building to the Thomas Jefferson library. However it was closed, so i walked past the capital – the real front of the capital, to the main road going down back to the national mall.
On this walk i saw a semi parade of motorbikes, police and fancy sports cars driving through the national mall. I fond out later that police day was on soon and today they were having ...