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... It's intersected by the 2,100ft x 160 ft reflecting pool & WW II Memorial & in the centre is the Washington Memorial. The Smithsonian buildings are between the Monument & US Capital Building. Basically you just walk & walk & walk!!
We really liked the World War II Memorial. It is an oval shape with two 43-foot arches, representing the Atlantic and Pacific at each end of ...
... hunting/walking and cycling are all done in the same recreation areas..... AHHHH! We cycled along the Schuylkill River Trail through beautiful woods and rolling hills and tiny farms. We opted for little country roads where we saw tobacco fields, old general stores and small town America at its best.
The Eastern Seaboard. The place where the majority of power and wealth is centered in the United States of America. It is important to understand this piece of information before we headed south. ...
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On our way out back to NY we went via Arlintongton Cemetery and saw the eternal flame for JFK and family. This area is quite large with marble areas that capture elements of his famous speeches that have captured the spirit of America, and still do.
TV Observation : Plenty of ads for lawyers who are after business from people who may suffer medical side effects from previous ads for medical conditions. ...
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Sunday was another beautifully sunny day. We started the day by walking to the Washington Obelisk past the White House again. This time we saw the back of the White House. This view was certainly better (but the house was still smaller than I expected) and there were beautiful beds of bright red roses. The Obelisk was really cool. It was built to honor George Washington, (the United States' first president), and ...
... and cool nights. I would recomend the apartment we are staying in as it is central and close to all the major attractions. It's a basement apartment but does have a few little windows and is modern and spacious. The owners have thought of everything you might need and there are power outlets everywhere. There is a park down the street and the mall is within walking distance. The Capitol bikeshare system is ideal for ...