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... City of Brotherly Love, population 1.5 million, and once the US Capital) and visited the Liberty Bell for photos, we saw Independence Hall, the site of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and enjoyed lunch nearby. Then our coach travelled into Maryland and onto Washington DC, the Nation’s Capital.
We were all excited as Capital Hilton hotel is only two blocks from the White ...
... for the Pan Am flight 103 memorial. Pan Am flight 103 was blown up over Locherbie, Scotland in 1988. The 270 stones they used for the memorial were all brought over from Scotland and each of the stones represents the 270 that were killed both on the plane and on the ground.
Next we headed towards the Challenger and Columbia shuttle memorials before crossing over to the tomb of the unknown soldier. As we got there, they were doing the changing of the guards which was brilliant ...
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One stop that was not on the walking tour that I added in was a stop at Cafe de Boston. This is a place on the route that sold made-to-order gluten free sandwiches. If you ask Wills about Boston and what he enjoyed the most you will see it is clearly this place, he lights up when he talks about ...
The tour started the day at Capitol Hill, still in Washington D.C. We saw the workplaces of two of the three branches of government: Supreme Court and the House of Representatives. Supreme Court seemed to demand attention in my eyes, being so large and solid. But, I found the fact that there is a basketball court above the actual Supreme Court most fascinating. I thought it's nickname, "the highest court in the land" was a kicker! Going into ...
... in 1912, they're plentiful and beautiful but for me the magnolias were even more exquisite.
And so we started walking, and walking and walking. A trip to Washington is in fact a lesson in strolling and admiring national monuments and buildings. It was good training for France & Italy. You can't really visit the inside of many of the buildings so you study your guidebook as you walk and share the information with your highly attentive and appreciative ...