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... the building was impressive it was quite big with huge pillars at the front it definitely made a statement. I was looking forward to this - as I wanted to see the declaration of Independence and the American constitution as I do love that era of American history. It did not disappoint firstly the room was awesome it was at the top of the museum in a dome shaped decorative room. And it was laid out really easily for everyone to get around ...
... of our time there a heavy dude policeman with a fierce German shepherd-looking dog went through, the dog sniffing here and there. Nasty, so I decided to follow and take pics and eventually he and dog had finished whatever they were doing and were chatting to the women on the front desk, so up I trot and ask him about the dog which turns out to be a Belgian somethingorother, not a Shepherd, a naturally highly strung, vicious and apparently difficult -to- train dog which he held on a ...
... Right at that
moment, a park ranger type lady appeared from the shadows and told us about the
After a minute or two we were in the chamber with Mr
Lincoln. The words of his immortal Gettysburg address were engraved in the
nearest wall. Both Eugene and I agree that this is one of history’s great
speeches, eloquent yet simple and emotionally powerful beyond belief.
The steps provide ...
... out so perfectly.
After walking two miles in the rain and getting lost (yet again), I finally found the Museum of Natural History and went inside. It was only when I realized that there were metal detectors and a phalanx of security guards that I remembered the Swiss army knife I was carrying in my pocket. Now, I don’t know what they would have done to me if they had caught me, but I did not want to end up getting arrested in Washington ...
... Nicolette, and Jazmine joined us to stare in awe at the beautiful reflection of the Washington Memorial in the water. It was spectacular. I was soaked to the bone, but loving every second. I love love love the rain. It makes everything so magical. <3
Finally, we made our way back to the bus, walking first by the Korean War memorial. In contrast to the Vietnam memorial, this memorial had 19 soldiers in heavy rain gear (which ...
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