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After that, we took a taxi to the Washington National Cathedral. Although a young building, as compared with Cathedrals in UK and Europe, it is built along the same style and construction. In other words, a copy! Still it was cool inside. Still quite outstanding especially the gardens.
By now, we have had enough. Beat a track home for a rest and to pack the bags. flying out to New York tomorrow morning.
Spring Music Recital
featuring the students of
Jan Plumley (piano) and Abigail Kloetzli (violin)
May 24, 2014
1. Mia (piano)
Do Not Sneeze (Christine H. Barden)
Musical Cat (Christine H. Barden)
2. Jared ...
... pool was drained for winter which was a bit sad but the memorials were pretty good. The world war two was statues did wreaths in sculpture but the other two were really well done. The Vietnam memorial was a long, black, granite wall that gradually rose out from the ground to tower over the top of you ad then taper back down again. It was built like an open book with one half angled towards Capitol Hill and the other side with the Lincoln monument. The lady who designed ...
... the last 10 blocks, I was certainly moving faster than the traffic. My seats were in the centre of the second row on the mezzanine. Perfect view of the stage from that vantage point. The show was amazing and so much fun. Definitely glad I went to see it. I ended up catching the subway back for he hotel at around 10:30 and that was pretty good, still heaps of people out and about. Was heading for bed at 11:30 and went for a shower. The showers here have a little ...
... by the Germans and then stolen by their allies and used against them. For me this gave a bit of a sympathetic twist to the cold-blooded portrayal Germans are usually given. When we had finished in the museum, we headed outside, hungry - but clueless as what we were going to eat. As soon as we walked through the exit doors of the museum we were greeted by possibly the world's biggest McDonald's. The size of the store was mind-bending, especially for ...