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Unfortunately Mike and I made the same mistake--we both left the rain fly doors open! We wanted maximum air flow since there were 6 of us in each set up. Perhaps we should have set up another tent but we thought that it would be best if we kept the set up simple which actually was probably for the best because at around 2 am, it started to pour and continued to do so all day on Saturday. My second mistake was not closing ...
... going to buy the whole shop. I take after Dad and get a real buzz from buying a bargain. Mum is much more like Thomas and these shopping experiences are her idea of hell.
Wednesday evening we went to one of our favourite Italian restaurants Bistro Milano. On the walk there we passed by the red LOVE iconic pop art sculpture. The original image by American artist Robert Indiana served as the design for a Museum of Modern Art Christmas ...
... be doing some sightseeing. The weather is great--not too hot, not too humid. Mt. Vernon, George Washington's plantation home has been mentioned as a possible trip. Mark may make a trip to the Manassas/Bull Run Civil War Battle Field, with or without the others.
The car will need a new windshield and a tune up.
... I rode from the Washington monument, right down by the reflecting pool, to the Lincoln memorial, then to the Martin Luther King jr memorial and around tidal basin (a massive lake) which was amazing. There was so much so see and learn! I then began getting a headache, which I have been getting a lot of, I think it's probably just due to tiredness and the sun, but called it a day and went back to the hostel. Sunday, so the previous night I woke up at 4am with the most excruciating head ...
... to the museums, covering ground in the American (full) and Natural history (likewise) museums before trying the American Indian. I liked the transportation exhibits in the first, the rocks and gems in the second and the building of the third. The latter has a lot of empty space - the exhibition rooms are varying sizes, and I'm not sure there are any permanent exhibits, just a moveable feast, perhaps because other cities have American Indian museums with the artefact angle covered, ...