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... started in 1848 and completed in 1884, which included a stoppage of 13 years due to lack of funding. A change of colour in the marble part way up shows where construction was stopped. At the time of completion, it was the world's tallest structure, a title held until 1889, when the Eiffel Tower was completed in Paris. Tickets to go up are free but you have to pre-order which we have not done. The section of the National Mall east of ...
... felt a bit like that. Our tour of the capitol was awesome! We had a great tour guide who really loved her job! She was very sweet and animated and reminded us of Imogene Coca. My favorite part of the tour was the spot in where the old house used to meet because there was one specific spot on the floor where you could stand and hear people way at the other end of the room as if they were standing next to you! Even if they were whispering! I also loved ...
... not sure how.
I was so excited that I was there for the exact blooming of the Cherry Blossoms. I have never seen them before. I have heard Frankki talk about them and how beautiful they are.
After the conference I stayed with a friend Mary. Tuesday night I had dinner with Mary and another friend of ours, Jo-Ann. It was great to connect again with Golden Sisters.
Wednesday I took a day to wander ...
... and when we came out the snow had increased so we wandered around, playing in the snow. At this point there still wasn't any snow cover on the ground so we decided to head back to the room and pack our bags and keep watching outside. It was an hour or so later we went outside and there was snow everywhere! So we went for another walk, drew snowmen on things and just enjoyed our first experience in the snow! Tomorrow we are heading to Niagara ...
... of the city. We contacted them and they got onto transit to come to the station. Meanwhile, Joan and I hadn't eaten lunch yet and it was around 2 PM so we looked around for a restaurant. Washington union station is a beautiful station, originally built in the classic station with a tall impressive concourse of marble. This resulted in a lot of unused airspace, so at some time, they added a second level which, in areas, is open to the downstairs. Both levels of concourse area was ...