The Inn at Dupont Circle
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... day in Washington. We started the day by getting the metro to Arlington National Cemetery. A very sober place, with acres and acres of headstones stretching as far as the eye can see. We saw the changing of the guard statue tomb of the unknown soldier... There is an unknown soldier for WW1, Vietnam and WW2. E also visited John F Kennedy's final resting place, overlooking the city of Washington, there with his wife and 2 babies. Very sad.
There was one ...
... how quickly we have advanced and how much that has to do with competing countries trying to get the best airplanes to fight each other. Nothing like a little unfriendly competition to get you going! Our next stop was the Museum of Natural History. I was most excited for this museum because they have the Dinosaur exhibits but when we got there we found out that part was closed for renovations. It was to re-open in November so we were just missing it. There were of course a ...
... plenty of road rage and pedestrian rage as the two would always be vying for the dominant position. We saw an elderly man lose it on a car that was rushing him across 42nd street. He just stopped mid road and gave the guy quite a lengthy piece of his mind. We saw many homeless people and lots of “not because it’s Halloween” bright yellow crime scene tape along the way. We tried cycling over the Brooklyn Bridge and that is just a million lawsuits ...
... for everything. Peapod is the only company allowed to deliver here to Aka. Tomorrow our official touristy things will begin. Also went for a walk and discovered the White House is closer than we thought. Got some great photos of it and also another beautiful building : The Dwight D Eisenhower Executive Bldg. It is gorgeous. Also visited the White House Gift shop and Greg bought a coffee mug and ...
... quite a clever bit of American culture, the picture shows better than I explained! After lunch we split up and took on the museums. We saw the air and space and the Natural History which were good and as I’d already been to DC 4 years ago, it was what Laura wanted to do. Back to camp for take-away pizza which was amazing, and a few more beers with our adopted family! I stayed up late talking to Felix and Sam but the next day was New York! ...