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... little distracted when we stepped outside. Seeing that it had snowed about 5cm overnight! We both slowly walked to the station while playing in the snow. Getting to the Ford Theatre we were pleasantly surprised to hear it was free, aside from a museum donation. Learning all about, and seeing the spot, where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated was very interesting. After absorbing as ...
... and in the Smithsonian no less. Fossil phones aside, Ible and I had a blast checking out all of the other exhibits they had and drooling over the artifacts that were on display. However, we did not have time to explore the entire museum since all of the museums connected to the Smithsonian Institution closed at or around 4:30.
Since there was some daylight left and we wanted to see a bit more of D.C. before we left for good we decided to check ...
... which is the less severe version of “Post Traumatic World Cup Syndrome!” So the best course of action is to wean ourselves off like a baby and a bottle…or like a drug addict! Of course, I am familiar with neither of those examples, as my only addiction is to the beautiful game!! So let the weaning continue…though this really will be the very last entry! L
And we are down to the last 5 memorable ...
... view down the length of the
reflecting pool to the Washington Monument. The steps also provide another
small but historically and socially significant snippet of history. Chiselled
into a step about three quarters of the way up are the words, “I have a dream”.
This is the location on which Rev. Martin Luther King made his eternally famous
speech. One can only imagine looking down over the reflecting pool to see ...
... at the cheap and cheerful Millers Ale House. Tuesdays work came and went, and in the evening we went out on a social night with our American colleagues. We are all happy with the choice of venue as it's "Gordon Biersch" and we've been there many times. Gordon Biersch is a chain micro brewery by the way. I have the sampler, which is 6 or 7 small glasses of all the beers they produce. For once the food is not great. In fact it's probably the worst Jambalaya that I've ...