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... place where this speech was made which was so special. Barack Obama’s inaugural speech was also spoken from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
It was interesting to us to see how revered the early presidents still are and the wonderful memorials that have been built in their honour, which still attract wide American and international tourist attention.
After viewing the Lincoln Memorial we headed ...
... to Washington Zoo. I seed cheetahs and zebras and lions and tigers and cute monkeys and colourful parrots and an elephant eating and otters and - the bestest thing - sealions being trained. They're super smart and cute and good at jumping, and I'm not sure, but might now be my favourite aquatic mammal. Controversial ousting of dolphins pending?
After reigning in my inner child for a bit I met up with the daughter of one of my previous hosts who's a vet at ...
A huge stone monument dedicated to George Washington. Unfortunately we were unable to get near it as it is still under repair from damage that was caused during the Virginia earthquake.
National Art Gallery
A large collection of various arts spread across several buildings
American Indian Museum
Provided us a good insight to the past, present and future of the indigenous ...
... when PLASTICS was the new thing, it was cheaper and could be easily cooked up and can be used for pretty much anything. It found its way into homes all over the world in one-way or the other. No one ever thought of how to dispose off the non-biodegradable waste produced until much later.
From my window on the train or the car I saw the landscape littered with plastic bags, only the white ones stood out, there is ...
I really like Washington, it is pretty with tree lined streets and it makes me feel like I am in Homeland whenever I see a van with blacked out windows that I am convince is undercover surveillance. I got up early again today because I was scared all the French school kids staying on my floor of the hostel were going to take over the bathrooms and stare at me. Turns out Washington museums don't open until 10 so I walked around The Mall a bit and as soon as it opened ...
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