Kalorama Guest House - Woodley Park
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Travel Blogs from Washington DC
... was themed accordingly. The animal displays, butterfly room, skeletons of different animals and gemstone displays were all really well done, as long as we skipped along fast and didn't become too engaged with reading the 'how you are related to apes' or ' evolutionary adaptations of the giraffe'... I wonder how many headless giraffes it took to discover they needed to 'grow' one-way valves in their necks to stop their huge hearts blowing ...
Well today was another great day in the Capital. I have become quite fond of DC. Its clean and tidy, I love the stone everywhere. On buildings, on floors, on doorways, park benches are made out of it, its everywhere and in so many different forms and textures.
The people are so very friendly, and that's not just the tourists the workers have been very friendly too, very polite - excuse me! That is everyone except the bus ...
... couch and almost fell backward through a window so I gave up on that idea. Everyone was blind and picking each other or randoms up on the dance floor haha everywhere you looked people where smooching hahaha. When we were leaving we found Karen and she was keen to bounce as well but as we were heading out the door we found Sam (drunkest girl alive stumbling around) we did the right thing and took her with us. So first she wants salad from subway so we walk to the ...
... and recited:
"Slowly cross the desert sand,
Went the lonely caravan,
Men and camels two by two,
The audience went wild ... this had to be the winner.
As silence fell the old Aborigine man approached the microphone......
Sorry, you'll have to wait for the conclusion - watch out for the Aboriginal's response in one of our later blogs. Hope the suspense is worth it!
... little area and about a 10 - 15 min walk to the Whitehouse and other attractions in the area. Our 4 nights in Washington DC were pretty much taken up with sightseeing as there is so much to see and do if you're into museums and history. The history of the city was so interesting and hard to imagine all that went on there before Australia was even founded! There are so many museums in DC and they are all free of charge which is ...