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... and alertness like some other tours we have been on! Mum and dad got separated into another group for their tour which lasted slightly longer and I think they found out a lot more. Our tour guide could have been a robot - expressionless and sounded as though she was regurgitating the same information for the 20th time that day - I think she was ovah it before the day begun. After the tour we got some tickets to see the senate in action, and wasn't that a waste of ...
... on the skyline.
There’s nothing officially federal about it as an Episcopal cathedral owned by
the Archdiocese of Washington, although Congress has designated it “The
National House of Prayer”. There is still work being done to repair damage from
the August 2011 earthquake that affected the area. I was surprised to come
across Woodrow Wilson’s tomb in the cathedral only two days after visiting his
birthplace in Staunton.
... I will finish up this meetup stint with a return trip to Nepal. Would I really quit meetup as an organizer when I return in 2015? I already told a close friend I would. I'm not sure if some people would take this news well and so I don't plan to really make a loud announcement of my decision, should there be a definite decision to step down upon my return. Although it may seem natural to just quit my role as an organizer once I start ...
... of it, until we ended up fighting our way through a crowd of teenagers who it turned out had been to a Miley Cirus concert we had no idea was taking place! We ended up sat at the window of the burger place, just outside the entrance to Chinatown and did some people watching as parents tried to locate their offspring! We finally got back to the hostel just before midnight, a whole 15 hours after we had left! It did mean we both slept like logs though and had a bit of a lie in ...
... when you were going to be shot at. We are big CSI (TV watchers), about the only thing we watch. We liked all the undercover secrets in the museum.
That afternoon we went to the Ford Theatre. It was eerie to be sitting in the red velvet seats where the assassination of President Lincoln took place on the night of April 14th, 1865. As Leon and I were looking about we discovered the ...