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... to use the word "America".
Stop number 2 is a tour of Congress. Security is very strict..absolutely no food, drinks, or drink containers, so my job was going to be to sit out on the lawn and watch the backpacks and enjoy what was supposed to be a sunny day. Our fearless leader Mrs. Andjelic arranged a basement room in the Library where I am now sitting, warm and dry, guarding the backpacks/lunches, drinking coffee, blogging, and most fitting for ...
... at he battle of Iwo Jima.
We passed the living memorial for John F Kennedy that was built in 1967. The Kennedy's enjoyed the performing arts and the The Kennedy Center is for others to develop a love for the same.
We saw the Eisenhower Building, the US State Building for foreign policy, the Thurgood Marshall, US Supreme Court building and the Blair House. We also the Federal Reserve Building and the ...
... kind of "dumbed down" but the Rising Up exhibit more than made up for it.
After some freezing rain walking we happily landed at the restaurant Jaleo which was sky high yummy - tapas of all sorts. We slid on back home for some R and R for the rest of the evening, with colorful visions of Monet and Degas and Van Gogh etc dancing in our ...
Early start today to get into Washington to see all the sights. We got dropped off in the city just after 9 and it was already ridiculously hot. Our plan was to do the monuments as early as we could in hopes that it wouldn't be too hot. Too bad it was already 27 by 10am. We started off with the Capitol building which you can look away from and see all the monuments lined up over the two miles they're spread out along. We were going to go into the Capitol building but ...
... walked around the front of it but got there just as they were closing it off so some reason. They stopped all cars entering/exiting that location too. We aren't sure what was going on but it may have just been a standard shift change or something. We will have to go back another day to have a look. From there we headed over to the National Museum of Crime ...