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... the museum and still felt I rushed
through to make it around the whole place. I used a free audio guide but barely
had time to listen to the detailed stories about the paintings if I was going
to try to make it through in one day. I took so many pictures of great
paintings that I decided to break my photos up into two blog entries, the first
covering the gallery’s west wing and the second the gallery’s east wing.
... parade wasn't due to start for 40mins so we decided to just continue on with our plans and headed to the newseum. The newseum is a museum about news, the main thing that attracted us was the anchorman sign out the front, however once inside there was much more than that. There was exhibits about JFK and his family, an FBI exhibit which included a lot of information about 9/11 including passports of the terrorists, the letter the terrorists all ...
... Leopard 45, a boat that I wouldn't have entertained prior to seeing the St. Francis 44 because of some preconceptions I had that were dispelled after seeing the St. Francis and having several discussions with the owners. Oh my gosh I'm so glad we did- it was incredible! It was far and away the nicest boat I had seen to-date. Super clean, so dry, and the interior looks as if it's brand new. ...
... quite special to be standing outside the White House. DC is a nice place to visit, but also nice to get out of there. Way too busy.
On our way again. Were in 6 states today. Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, NY State, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Drove through Annapolis, the capital of Maryland. Drove on the I95 highway through Queens and The Bronx, avoiding the drive through New York city. Paid lots of tolls along our way, think a total ...
... way back to the hotel later on. Walking up further, I made my way to the new Martin Luther King Jr memorial which is just amazing! I was very impressed with it! It is gigantic but so life-like and really nice to see a memorial of a non-President who has created a great deal of change just so the current President could have his job.
Walking from this memorial, I lastly made my way to the Abraham Lincoln memorial which was just stunning all lit ...