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... were literally hundreds of them and I am most grateful they kept that to themselves as I hid in Hayley’s hood adopting the ever effective position that if I can’t see them, they can’t see me.
We paused on route to walk around the World War II memorial which contains two long panels of very impressive three dimensional bronze carvings displaying scenes from the war. These panels line the walkway to a circle of huge pillars each carved with the name of ...
... on! Was interactive and interesting. Great visit!
The 'hover' restaurant
For dinner we went to a lovely Italian restaurant across the street from the hotel. Food was really really good but oh my goodness the service!!! It was good in that they very attentive but they hovered ..... hovered over us the whole time!!! Wiping the table, moving things, refilling water..... nice service but leave us alone!!! Food was delicious though :-)
... a reception for new senators was being held in one of the function rooms, long line for cabs, starting to rain, freezing but the view of the capital building just sensational. Really exciting to be here. We get a cab, it takes about an hour to drive 2.5 miles due to peak hour traffic & rain. The hotel is great. Had dinner in the hotel restaurant because we were too tired & cold. Met an Australian couple in the restaurant who were on their way to NY. Pumped to start sightseeing ...
... at times you need to duck to get past. There are squirrels busily running around, ducks of course and some sort of geese in the waterways, and although there are tour busses everywhere it doesn't feel crowded. The paths are open for tourists, runners, and riders.
We made our way to the Holocaust Museum. This was well worth the visit, and it's purpose is to draw attention to the mass genocide of the Jewish people during WWII. Whilst not ...
America’s National Gallery of Art is an impressive
neoclassical building standing prominently on the National Mall nearer to the
Capitol than most of the other Smithsonian museums. The buildings entire upper
floor is dedicated to paintings from the early Renaissance through early
Modernism – art from Giotto to Picasso. The museum is well planned out; to
follow the main floor’s rooms by number through ...