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... The Secret Service agents where everywhere with bullet proof vests on that said "Secret Service" on the front. We had a chuckle at the irony of them announcing that they are the "Secret" service.
From here, we walked back up towards the Washington Memorial and took a left up the Mall towards the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. It was about 4:30pm now and the tour guide said it would close at 7pm so we would have a run through that.
We got there at about 4:45 and walked ...
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... Memorial, which was significantly more impressive than the previous. I adored the European inspired architecture and how the size reflects Jefferson's impact and influence on the country. Our last stop for the day was the Washington Monument. I found it interesting how the design of the monument reflects the significance of George Washington as a leader of our nation. I felt like I gained a better understanding of who he was by seeing the simplicity and enormous size of the ...
... was interesting to see Arab dancer, to hear them speak their language, and have fun together. Today, we went to the Eurofest 2015, it was European Food which takes places every year to celebrate the European culture, and it was free! There was European music, BBQ, and the European cuisine. It took place in the garden of Georgetown University, it was a beautiful place! We were so happy to go there and taste the free European food, we spent around ...
... lived in a beautiful house which was perched on the side of a cliff face looking out to the river. They were very gracious in giving me a whole floor for my three night stay. We hit it off from day one and it felt like family. I decided to spend one of my days walking around DC visiting the major landmarks. The first thing I noticed about the city was it's open spaces. The roads were wide and the city was spread out. All of the museums and attractions in DC were free. So ...
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