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... tours (lazy!!) Our tour guide was very good and took us to places such as, the White House, the Jefferson memorial, the Capitol building, the national monument, the ww2 memorial, the smithsonian museums, Martin Luther king jr memorial, the Lincoln memorial and Franklin Roosevelt memorial. Along with other memorials! In fact there was a whole load of memorials :) but it was ...
Yes, we managed to do some sightseeing today, and visited Mt. Vernon, President George Washington's old estate.
Located on the Potomac river, it's only a half hour drive from Lulu's parents. We picked ...
... past 5-6 years with meetup. Although I lost part of myself by being the so-called "organizer" I'm sure I can regain it back in the 6 months that I'm traveling so I can find the right balance between my being just myself without the organizer hat and my being the organizer. If successfully done, then perhaps meetup will stay a part of my life but in a much more harmonious fashion and without having to lose myself yet again this time around.
... of it, until we ended up fighting our way through a crowd of teenagers who it turned out had been to a Miley Cirus concert we had no idea was taking place! We ended up sat at the window of the burger place, just outside the entrance to Chinatown and did some people watching as parents tried to locate their offspring! We finally got back to the hostel just before midnight, a whole 15 hours after we had left! It did mean we both slept like logs though and had a bit of a lie in ...
... br> This is such a wonderful museum, with portraits all kinds (of course), photographs, paintings old and modern, all these different artists showing how they see "a portrait". They also have a covered heated inner court, they call it the Atrium, where one can go drink a little coffee. It would be one of my favorite places to sit if I lived in DC!
I just looked and looked, and instead of just spending one or 2 hours at most (my average museum time frame), ...