Chief Logan Lodge & Conference Center
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... which includes some of the gowns of the First Ladies. Most museums are free entry and staffed by helpful volunteers. So much to see in so little time. After leaving this museum, most head off to the American Natural History Museum to see the Hope Diamond and then some to the Holocaust Museum while others check out the Air and Space Museum and the American Indian museum. All are ...
... the simulated bridge of an aircraft carrier (video attached). The museum was packed but the crowd didn't seem to detract from enjoying the exhibits. We followed the Mall down towards the Washington Monument, a very tall obelisk which can be seen throughout DC, apparently tickets can be purchased to visit the top, a trip we didn't take. I guess the enjoyment of the day can only be gauged by looking at your watch and mine said we ...
... where we had a nice dinner at a seafood restaurant. This was our 'nice dinner' of the trip. It was a great way to end the vacation. After dinner we walked back to the hotel and settled in for the night. Unfortunately Emily's 'baby book' as she calls it, was lost somehow. I think that made five lost items, apparently losing things is a fact of life with a two year old. Debbie did some packing up and then we went to bed.
After a pleasant 15 min walk to Union Station, we boarded the Big Bus, an open topped, hop on hop off bus with a commentary all over DC. This weekend is Memorial Day (similar to our ANZAC Day) and the population has multiplied by the arrival of tens of thousands of motorbikes. We couldn't enter Arlington Cemetery because of traffic. We passed the White House, Lincoln memorial, Martin Luther King memorial, all of the Federal buildings (FBI, treasury, printing and engraving ie money, ...
... FREE! The maps, however, $3! So we opted to take a picture of the maps on our phones and use that instead #frugaltraveltip.
The zoo exhausted all of us and took us the better part of the day. By the time we made our way to the Metro it was 4:30 and I knew we were all out of steam (and mama out of patience). We began our tripi back to the campground. I purcahsed a SmarTrip card thinking I was being so city Saavy. I swiped it getting on the bus where I was informed ...