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... be buried there. Arlington is filling up. They have on average 20-22 funerals a day there! Per day!! It is strictly military that is buried their and their families if they want to be buried there too. When we were walking around the kids loved reading the years on all of the different graves and figuring out how old everyone was. Real world math! We visited Kennedy’s grave as well as that of Taft. 2 of the three presidents buried in Arlington. Taft was our ...
... really informative. We could've spent an entire day there & didn't get to see everything. Both the Gallery & Museum were free entry. Returned to Jaleo for dinner which was even better than the Mexican tapas the previous night. Dinner was fantastic & desert was delicious! Only complaint was that the waitress was looking after too many tables & it took too long to get her attention to order another beer. Was one of the most expensive meals we have had but was worth it as ...
... I am going to be a little older than most of the other people on the bus. I have actually read quick a few of negative reviews (probably from old fogies) about how it is party bus for Brits experiencing their "gap year" (which is usually the year between high school and college).
So yeah... I will probably be over a decade older than high percentage of the other travelers but I like hanging out with people who are younger so it probably ...
... are cousins of Amy (Ellie's host Mum) it was a wonderful evening in great company.
Today was spent at the Smithsonian museums, Robyn and Alex went to the "rocks and bones" Ellie to the American History and I of course went to the Space and Flight museum, we met up later for lunch before heading off to the Monument and the Lincoln Memorial passing by the Obama residence on the walk back to the hotel, very tiring but worth it, well its off to New York tomorrow :) can't ...
... to rethink, and are now going to straight to Bangkok after a brief interlude in the UK.
The government shutdown didn't mean that our time in DC was boring, though. We spent one very hot day walking along the side of the mall (it was cordoned off, so we couldn't actually get near to it). We spied the White House in the distance and were herded along by outrageously rude police officers who were making sure that nobody even slowed down near to the cordoned ...