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The AKA DC is another cool AKA Hotel. We loved our stay there.
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We've visited Washington DC twice previously and have seen a lot of really cool things. However we have never made it to the two parts of the air and space museum. This time we made a quick overnight stay to DC to see these things, plus a couple of my personal favourites.
Wow. The air and space museum in DC is fantastic. The history of …
... procession, or march of States as each entered the Union. The States are followed by U.S. Territories, again in the order by which they became such, alternating right to left."
Very complicated, but nicely symbolic I feel.
We continued on to the Lincoln memorial to view the famous statue of Abraham Lincoln atop his pedestal, looking out across the reflecting pool towards the Monument. He is very well kept and gleams white inside his trusty house at the far west ...
... The buildings, so imposing, are never boring to look at. Pity the Capitol building was scaffolded. We will have to return one day to see it looking as magnificent as it does in photos.
For dinner we went to Matchbox, very yummy food, and also the places where I experienced the hands down weirdest food experience of my life.
As most know, my sense of taste is very reliant on memory and sight, as I haven't got a sense of smell.
For dessert we got ...
... well as the Smithsonian Museums – admission to all is free.
I had been to the National Gallery once before many years
ago when I lived in the DC area. At that time I had been to Europe once and
taken an art history course in college but had not yet developed a strong
interest in art history, so this visit felt almost new again for me. It’s an
astounding collection, as impressive as anywhere in the U.S. ...
... ahead of time and met up with Linda and Pete which was great after not seeing them for 17 ish years. We had supper in the airport so had time to do some chatting before heading for the I-95 and the journey back to 'Midlothian. The traffic was very heavy so we stopped for a coffee and didn't make it "home" until the early hours, the 2 hour trip back to Linda & Pete's took 4 ...