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... to see Washington DC at night. But at least we got there 12 hours before not 30mins.
So during the day we went to the white house but after 5 mins of being out the front taking photos we got told to go away, we think it was because Obama was going to a different state. Then we went to have a look at the White house visitors center and it had some interesting stuff, but it has been so long I forgot somethings like one of the presidents ate ...
... to life!
We didn't get to see the 'Whitehouse' properly so we walked to the whitehouse and got very excited when we saw cars arrive but we didn't see Obama boo! We then went to cool off in a bar because the sun had returned and we were melting
To finish off a jam packed day we had pizza sat underneath the Washington monument! We then returned to camp and had a relay race in the pool and played games around the campfire!
Day 3 - check
... the events at Fort McHenry leading to Keyes writing of our National Anthem, including the actual flag flown over that fort. The familiar lyrics are even more touching in this setting.
Our Supreme Court tour began by climbing many steps to this building, sitting on a rise, befitting this highest court in the land. Here, all is determined by seniority, including who speaks first ...
... spent all afternoon there; will have to make a note to come back considering admission is free (but the parking costs $15 per car). Got a few pictures there that I might get posted tomorrow. The Fortunately, the plane cooled off to a comfortable level about 45 minutes into the flight. (This A340 is the first one we've been on that does not have individual air vents for each seat.). Rox moved over to the second-to-last row of 3 middle seats to claim the entire row for ...
... line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">Our tour guide carried us pass the DC War Memorial located in the West Potomac Park and consist of a dome resting on top of Doric columns. It has a corner stone were the names of 26, 000 Wasingtonians names are engraved. The individuals served in the First World War.
Then it was off to the WW II Memorial. The memorial was designed to represent the unity and power of America during the war. There ...
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