The Inn at Dupont Circle
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... was a bonus. Then we did the rounds: the Vietnam and Korean War memorial, the Lincoln memorial and Reflecting Pool, and Martin Luther king jr. memorial. The Lincoln memorial and Pool and was probably my favourite. And I definitely recognised it straight away from Forest Gump 'JENNNAAAYYY' scene. Anyway, it was a big day of walking and it was starting to get hot so we headed back to downtown for a late lunch and found a really healthy salad place which was a win! Then ...
... around the supermarket, everything they sold seemed to be jumbo size.
As we were walking along one day the Presidents helicopter flew past and landed at the White House. It was there for about 20 minutes and then took off again. Wills ...
We caught a bus down to Washington in the non state of the District of Columbia! Hence Washington DC. The bus left from New York which took about 4 hours and wasn't too much of a hassle. Once we got to union station in the city centre we caught the subway out to our hotel near DuPont Circle which is a lovely fountain and park at a major cross roads. It was too early to check in at our hotel the Beer Baron so we headed back to the circle. We bought a book at this trendy cafe and ...
... br> The next morning, after a quick coffee stop we did the open bus tour to get a sense of the layout of the city. We had very well-informed guides which made it a worthwhile choice.
... children wondering why our access to these buildings was so limited.
Day Two involved a half-day trip to Arlington Cemetery. The kids were pretty amped over breakfast after a good nights' sleep and we were worried as to how they would react, act, (perform?) in what we presumed to be a solemn and sombre place. A lot of people have since looked rather puzzled over our decision to take them there. Perhaps it was the procession of huge crowds in complete ...