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... also. Back onto the bus and off at the Museum of the Native American Smithsonian which was disappointing so we got back on the bus and rode it all the way home, which took forever in the rain and chaos from the Metro closure. Pack and walk into town to go to what everyone has told us was the best Mexican restaurant in DC - Oyamel. They were right, amazing food, so different to what we would have said was Australian Mexican ...
... but didn't but will definitely see it when I get home after visiting his home. FDR sounded like a good bloke. Broad sweeping statement; democratic presidents seem to be much more interesting/better than republicans. Then I stayed up and watched August;Osage County. Great film!! Loved it! Saturday morning: clear & super cold. Don't have anymore words. Super cold. Walked up to Starbucks for coffee which is beside the bus stop. We're doing the hop on/hop off ...
... 9/11 memorial was but could not work out how to access it or where to park. Went to the Air force Memorial nearby on a hill top and looked down on the Pentagon instead.
Next stop was Arlington Cemetery. It was amazing to see such a huge expanse of white head stones all neatly laid out. Some had the names of the wife or daughters of the service man on the back. Saw the graves of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, his wife Jackie and the two small children who ...
... for general admission. We were put in a lift and went up a couple of floors to a room where we were to choose an identity. We had to memorise details of our new identity as we were to be questioned on it later. I thought, oh cool, this will be fun. After a few interactive things and one lot of questions about who we were (done via machine) we just wandered about like any museum. Bit disappointing unfortunately. Greg felt the same ...
... and multimedia displays. The 9/11 one was particularly well done but also quite harrowing. We left the museum and the rain had stopped!!! We thought we should make the most of it so walked to Capitol Hill and then walked all the way down The National Mall, past the museums, up to the Washington Monument, the reflecting pool and the Lincoln Memorial. There were now lots of tourists out on the sidewalks, and so many joggers! We said 'Hi' ...