AKA White House
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The AKA DC is another cool AKA Hotel. We loved our stay there.
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Wednesday we went the Holocaust Museum - we were in and out within 2 1/2 hours - a record! It was a very sobering exhibition and re-iterated just what suffering the jewish people, and others who didn't meet Hitler's 'criteria' for an aryan race, went through over the years
After that we went for a walk to Martin Luther King's memorial. A …
... far more cases. There is also the distinction of paying privately gets you a better lawyer. I was VERY offended when someone suggested I would do a better job if paid privately than legal aid. I explained my defence practice is 95% legal aid and I have a professional code of conduct. I represent ALL clients to the best of my ability irrespective of recompense. Seriously, this country is so corrupted by money!
... the changing of the guards, and it was, as always, an amazing and humbling experience. After traveling back down the hill to the Visitor's Center, we took the Metro to Chinatown, where we met Steph's cousin for dinner at Hooter's. After eating, we hopped back on the Metro and rode back to College Park. By 9 PM we were back in our trailers and headed to bed, exhausted after a busy day, and planning on an early start for our first full day in D.C.
Today we travelled from New York To Washington D.C. by train. It wasn't anything like our trains in Sydney. We had so much room! We left Penn station and after a three hour trip we arrived here in Washington, D.C. We are now here in our hotel and have many exciting things ...
... smells an assault on all the senses. Sidewalks, walk/don't walk and forever crossing roads...people, hipsters, small dogs...take out, delivery, Starbucks on every block...bridges, yellow cabs, subway stations...homeless people everywhere. Thank you New York. You are a huge city made up of lots of little, unique neighbourhoods. It's been a ...