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... we got soaked doing it, but as Darren said, "this would not be a Amanda & Darren vacation without getting soaked in the rain at least once on this trip." That said, the rest of our time here should be rain free. Tomorrow is a busy day. It should result in some great photos to share with everyone. Good night ...
... course the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We timed it to perfection, by chance, to witness the changing of the guard. This involves three soldiers, see photos for more.
Our final day in DC. We had a lazy start and then a mad 35 minute walk across the Mall to the Old Ebbitt Grill, the nearest restaurant to the White House and a famous haunt for the occasional senator or congressman/woman. We were not expecting to see any one of note, but it was more ...
... who worked so hard to form this country, helped to speak for the voiceless and to stand up for what they believe in. I am about to go on a crazy life changing adventure. I have no idea what the next few months will bring but I think I am finally prepared to meet both the new experiences and the challenges ahead. Thank you so much to everyone who has been there supporting me along the way and as I continue my travels abroad.
I’ll keep you posted,
... br> After lunch it was just a short walk around to the south lawn (main entrance) of the White House. It was now around 7:30 pm and we were getting a little tired having been out in the heat for nearly 10 hours so we walked back to our original departure point before catching another bus back to our hotel. We got back to our room, had a refreshing shower then had dinner at the Hotel Bar watching the replay of the British Open Golf.
... is one of the first groups to see the exhibit, which does not officially open until the following day. The history contained within the Cryptology Museum is fascinating. Our guide explains to us how to operate a German Enigma device, notorious in WW2 and Hollywood in several movies such as U571. He then allows us to inspect a functioning Enigma, and two of our participants are able to operate it. For many of our participants this was a device that ...
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