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... and sculpture garden, then to the Air and Space Museum and then to the American Indian Museum. After that and wander to and then past the Capitol, I headed back through the Mall and through the sculpture garden of the National Gallery of Art. It then met 5:30 pm and most of the museums closed. So I headed to the Natural History Museum, whose doors remained open until 7:30pm because of the holiday weekend. There I remained until 7:30pm and I eventually left as the sun ...
... me know if you would like me to remove your email from distribution. It's a short trip, so there will not be too many entries! I won't be offended! I am bringing my new iPad to write on, so not sure how to get the photos on the blog. But attached is my experiment with photos, taken last week at Chantilly. ...
... Orbiter 'Discovery' (proper name for the Space Shuttle - the Space Shuttle was actually the name given to the the boosters and fuel tanks as well as the Orbiter itself when all stuck together for launch, as well as a collective name for the programme, apparently) and was dismayed to learn it was in a separate part of the museum over 30 miles away, by Dulles International. I made a mental note to get over the airport early for my ...
... to see everything at once. Be sure to save time to see an IMAX movie at the Natural History Museum or the National Air and Space Muse
The national monuments are truly spectacular. The best time to see them is at night when they are illuminated, less crowded and parking is easier. During daytime visits, take a tour bus. Listen to informative park ranger talks and you won’t have to negotiate ...
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