Capitol City Hostel
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... the other end of Washington Mall so it took us awhile to walk over. The view of the White House was pretty small as they closed off a lot of the park surrounding it. Gilda had got tickets to visit but they only issued them a week previously and they were for Saturday morning, when we were still on the train and there are no visits on Sundays or Mondays. Not so bad though because we saw the Library of Congress instead and I think it was probably better than the ...
... you pay for a room, the less you get. The $90 budget motels we have stayed at have free wifi and continental breakfast included. This $280 place, while beautiful, includes nothing. No free wifi or breakfast.We took the ride through the the leafy outer suburbs including Georgetown, and went via the National Cathedral which is a stunning building. Then it was down embassy row to check out all the foreign embassies here in DC. Have ...
... House we visit the National Air & Space Museum, Smithsonian Castle, the Washington Memorial (tall pointed tower that is in Forrest Gump) as well as taking pictures of some out door gardens and furniture, we also manage to squeeze in subs for lunch (small one with all the salads please!) and find a shop for Shannon to get his cigs (thank goodness). After many stops we arrive at the White House and security is on alert, the grounds are beautiful, though ...
... precise and exact – amazing to watch really.
After the ceremony, we started to walk away when we noticed three marines came back out so of course we investigated and as it turns out, two wreaths we laid by two different groups.
We then found where Carlos’ former boss was interred and spent a few minutes there before going to President Kennedy’s memorial.
Jacqueline is buried ...