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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 …
I began my day at The Capitol Building. We had a set tour. Our tour guide was incredible. I learned so much about US History. I wish I would have recorded the entire tour and could have shared it with my students! Instead, I'll walk you through it in pictures! We live in an amazing country!
After the tour I headed to the Zoo. I wanted to see those pandas! I used the zoo's app! ...
... That is all I wrote under the fire extinguisher... It is now midnight and I am in bed and have a list about a mile long to write about. We did so much today it is absolutely mind-boggling. You may want to read this in chunks. To be quite honest, I may have to add the photos in chunks otherwise I will be up until 3 AM and we have an early start tomorrow. My unicorn is making me extremely jealous as he is snoring right next to me. Poor little guy, he is just ...
... area, while the Vietnam one is quite subdued but incredibly powerful and moving. The simple design adds to this as does the listing of all who died. We also saw the big Abraham Lincoln statue in the Lincoln Memorial, much bigger than we expected! Etched in the walls are some of his most famous speeches, a great memorial. The most moving part of the day was next as we walked to Arlington National Cemetery, where the nations soldiers are buried. To see endless rows ...
... the architecture of the building and some rather famous documents – including the Mainz bible, the Gutenberg bible and the Waldseemuller map. It is a beautiful building and the tour is excellent.
We then headed across the front of the Capitol and down Pennsylvania Avenue towards the National Archives, where we saw one of the copies of the Magna Carta, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of ...
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