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... pitango gelato. It was delish :) Over the next few days Day 2- US holocaust museum, the Capitol Hill, art gallery, chef geoffs. Day 3- Air and space museum, searched for halal kebob felafel for lunch while pip explored anotherrrrrrr museum... On American history..... I went shopping and met up with them to continue on to Chinatown to eat some pho for dinner, then pitango gelato. Day ...
... subway system and free sites. There were several war memorials here that were dedicated to several men including the Vietnam War. One of the things that I really enjoyed was the Lincoln Memorial. I'm not exactly sure why, but I just liked it. My father had a picture here when he was young. It was probably one of the only places that he actually got to see since he was so poor growing up. Lincoln ...
... dream speech'. Along each side of the reflecting pool are monuments to other influential Americans and memorials honouring lives lost in conflicts. We saw memorials for World War II, the Vietnam and Korean Wars and monuments honouring Franklin D Roosevelt, the longest serving US President, Thomas Jefferson, credited with being the main author of the Declaration of Independence and Martin Luther King Jr, leader in the African-American ...
... the documents. This was both really enjoyed this. We spent a good few hours here so afterwards it was early evening so we had the 'delight' of food shopping. On our way we got caught in a bit of thunderstorm (I literally hate thunder) however it was not too bad as it did not last very long.
The following day, we had another busy day planned. We started with the American history museum which was really good. It had a lot about ...
... Declaration of Independence and shrunk it.
Analisse, 12pm: For lunch I had Fuze tea, a parfait and fried bread. It was delicious. If I hadn't eaten I would have died.
Lauren: We walked in a torrential downpour. We went on the metro train. I love all the memorials.
Carissa: I learned that when you go to Washington you have to pack a tarp. Turtles give kisses blahhhhhh. I liked the American ...