Capitol City Hostel
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... home! They were cute though, and I would probably laugh if Americans were fascinated with our possums. A park ranger named Joseph, started talking to Joel and asked if we wanted a tour of the memorial. Sure why not. He was great and took us through the memorial which was a timeline of Roosevelt’s 4 terms as president and how he dealt with World War 2. It was a fascinating 30 minutes, learning some details about his life and everything he accomplished. I felt a bit ...
... go Chinatown. Chinatown has approx 300 restaurants and cafes in it's district but only 7 of them are Chinese! We take a drive past the National Cathedral which is absolutely enormous and absolutely beautiful. It's the 2nd largest cathedral in the USA and apparently the finest example of 14th century Gothic architecture in the world - I don't doubt that. Stunning place. Then we were taken down the streets where there are about 50 embassies - ...
... found the ATM, I repaid my loan (I don’t like borrowing money, especially as I had just met these 2 blokes)
Then it was back on the underground and back to the Art Hostel
I met up with a few more people, Danny had arranged a dinner to meet everyone this evening, so it was upto my room and sort out my kit
The people I am sharing my room aren’t on my trip, so there doesn’t seem much point in getting to know them, ...
We were up pretty early (for retired people)...8:00. Headed down to breakfast, then back to the room to get ready for our busy day.
We met our guide, Vivian Portner and our driver Ibrihm (I think). And we headed out to tour Washington, DC. I'm going to try to list all of the sites we visited, viewed and drove by today, but I will undoubtedly miss a few...as they say, too many to mention!!! I should first mention the weather. It was very cold, snowy ...