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... Oceans Hall were quite good also with lots of stuffed animals and sea life. The Oceans Hall had a Giant Squid on display which had shrunk a bit due to the preservation process.
The Hall of Human Origin was really interesting and gave me a better understanding of evolution and now I can see that a number of my friends clearly did evolve from the apes.
Lastly, I headed up to the Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals. This Hall was pretty much full of salivating ...
The hire car expired this morning - Dad had to take it back to the Airport. He took a wrong turn and ended up in the middle of DC before correcting and getting the vehicle back on time.
We purchased some DC 'Smartrip' transport cards - a bit like the Oyster Card in London - where you load the card with value and simply swipe it in and out of metro stops or buses.
The DC metro is clean and efficient and the cards work well. (C'mon Sydney....how hard is ...
... a line waiting to get in before the doors opened so it took about 10 minutes before we got in the front door and subjected to our first of many security checks for the day. All government buildings have a security check at the front door.
The main exhibits in the archives were the originals of The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution and The Bill of Rights. The Magnate Carter was also on display there. When we left the line to get in was about 30 ...
... I can't remember.
We did maybe four or five songs before midnight and calling it a night ...since the next morning we had to get up for the beach!!!
It's a three-hour (plus) drive to Delaware's coast, but it's the closest one they've got!
Funniest part, to me, was Eva calling out sick that morning so we could go but then getting a sunburn during our five hours of bathing and snapping photos.
Still have to ask what ...
... feeling. There were vultures everywhere and they fed on the dead villagers. If the family of that dead villager actually had enough strength, they would burry him or her in the forests nearby. In this village every month, the 40 children between the ages of 10 to 20 were forced to become servants. They had to serve the riches and do everything they say. Many of the servants get too ...