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Day 62 - 22nd November 2013
Having traveled to and through so many city's Washington D.C was one that I was looking forward to seeing. We headed down early afternoon, we passed the Pentagon on the way which looked massive, me, Paul and Chris were staying in Paul's aunts apartment which is her office as well.
We decided to see all the …
... to meet Mark, Jack and Marie who, beneath her beautiful ringlet curls, assured me I looked hot. Thanks, friend. What a nightmare!
We arrived to Glen Echo Park by 3:15 pm for the photos and several glasses of champagne. The venue couldn't have been more perfect with the old carnival fonts and neon lights and the beautiful restored carousel we would get to play on all night. After the photos, I took post as the guestbook attendant with Marie ...
... out to party!
Saturday we walk around the government buildings, Washington is so lovely and super clean! It's like the expect the president to show up at any moment!
We embark on doing some washing and cook our dinner at the hostel to save money! We are planning on going to George Town tonight but Steve's ankle is really bad after walking so much in NYC! I'm not too fussed, I'm sure there will be many more nights out to ...
... from the states. A few paintings caught our eye quickly because they pertained to our history modules. We cannot wait to share and seminar these painting with you.
Senator Corker’s office was gracious enough to get us tickets to view the House of Representatives and the Senate’s room. We had to go through a lot of security and check all technology before entering the Senate. Unfortunately, nothing was happening so the room was ...
... Office of Administration and Executive Office of the President. This was a beautiful building and even more spectacular than the White House in my opinion.
Continuing around the side of the Executive Office we reached the Presidential Gardens which housed the First Division monument. A monument to those who died serving in the first Infantry Division of the US Army. On the southern side of the park we had another view of the White House and its garden with a ...