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... and my main focus was the Air
and Space Museum and it was every bit as amazing as every article claims. There
were components of space shuttles, explanations on their working, all the
success and failure stories, aircrafts of every generation hanging from the
ceilings with stories about their inventions and advancements. I was absolutely
wowed by everything there.
I must mention that in the hop-on hop-off buses you don't
always travel with ...
... dead and what better place for that than land confiscated from Lee, commander of confederate forces.
I had lunch earlier in the day with my friend Bob who I knew when I lived in DC. We visited each other in Los Angeles and Colorado in the years shortly after but it was probably 9 or 10 years since we last saw each other. It turns out his grandfather and recently deceased father, both naval officers, are both buried at ...
... know, that the White House has no front or back door entrance. Only a north or south entrance), the National Museum of American History and Dorothy's ruby red slippers. Wonder through the Air and Space Museum, where we saw Amelia Earhart's plane and the Wright brothers first engineering marvel. It also where John had his 'Top Gun' moment! We admired the US Capital building, while slurping on ice cream slushies and lazing in the afternoon sun under a shady ...
... named Joseph, who somehow found his way through hectic and at times, chaotic traffic.
We started at the Capitol, with a close up look at the Library of Congress, just magnificent, and a must see for any visitor. Wonderful architecture but the the inside is as ornate as anything we have seen in Europe or elsewhere. Then we went into the Supreme Court, rather large, apparently as a demonstration of America's superiority to all others! Then to the Congress building, the Capitol, ...
My name is Emily. I am currently 16 years old and I live in Arlington, VA. I love listening to music, practicing yoga, learning psychology, and I especially love learning languages. My goal in life is to help people (especially by providing something that isn't usually available), and I think that my passion for languages and culture can help me do that. I love ...