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... made our way again through snow and ice (with very poor direction) to pick up the Big Bus Off on the red route seeing..... X X X White House and met an Australian family of 4 from Ferny Grove,Qld and shared a few stories.... After lunch the temp had improved to - 5 and off we tracked on the Big Bus for a ride to Pentagon City, lunch in the shopping centre then made our way, with very poor directions to the Pentagon Visitors Centre for our booked 15:00pm tour of the Pentagon. ...
... want to learn about....it’s there. And it’s free for all to enjoy. The Smithsonian was established 1846 "for the increase and diffusion of knowledge," and is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States government.There are museums all along the National Mall (thankfully not another big box shopping fiasco that USA and Canada have adopted as the focus of all things worthwhile), on both sides which is a long green space/park ...
... at different times of the day.
Walked back past the Washington Monument stopping at the World War 2 Memorial on our way to the White House. White House view was the same as last night except there were more people. Walked all the way around the large block containing the White House, The Old Executive Building and the Treasury. It is hard to know which is the front and which is the back of the White House and one of the guards says it depends on ...
... to the next flight was only 4 gates away from where we arrived so we didn't have to walk very far. Washington flight, we had a bigger bird but weren't say together, yet when we sat down I had a spare seat next to me which was odd, why didn't they just put us together in the first place. Couldn't get Ross attention to move him, we was sandwiched between two giants haha. I on the other hand spread out! We came out of departure doors which I find strange ...
In a few minutes, I set off for Mombasa, Kenya.To be honest,
I've been pretty anxious about this trip. Aside from the logistics of
moving out of a city I've been calling home for 5 years, I've been a
little travel shy as of late. I returned from Russia with what I can
only describe as a really odd sort of mild PTSD. I found myself unable
to engage with others, work, or school. I was trying to force myself
back into the space I'd ...