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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... they are during the day. It really surprised me how beautiful they were.
I also learned a lot about Washington D.C. and the monuments themselves. For instance, DC was originally supposed to be 100 square miles in the shape of a diamond. 69 of those miles were donated by Maryland and 31 were donated by Virginia. Virginia ended up eventually taking their land back because they didn't want to be a part of corrupt Washington, so today, the District ...
... friendly cabin overlooking peaks and miles of panoramic views. Our two hosts, Heather and Brooklyn, invited us right in where we were greeted by a 10 week old bernise pup and friendly smiles. Being the only two guests we got to pick between 8 beds and had some serious peace and quiet time in the mountains eating foraged meals and hiking up to beautiful peaks. We said goodbye to our newfound friends the next morning (Thanks Heather ...