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Today I headed off to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center annex out near Dulles International Airport. It is where most of the large aeroplane exhibits are housed (although having a DC3 hanging in the entry area to the in-town museum hardly qualifies as 'small').
The thing ...
... had spotted a burger joint just down the road from the hotel. We were so exhausted from the heat when walking around Arlington and walking around the Air and Space Museum, we took our lunch back to the hotel and watched the end of the soccer. After a quick nap (well Mike's quick nap anyway), I decided I wanted to go to Georgetown. A great decision by me... Ended getting stuck in traffic for an hour trying to leave the city because of a ...
... is one of the good points about our trip to Washington (1-lets count them as we go along). Another bum note was hit, however, when we looked out of the window to see snow bucketing down.
Still we were desperate to get out of the horrid hostel and with only one day in Washington had plenty to do, so at 8.15 we were out in the bucketing snow ready for some sightseeing and museums and hopeful that they would clear up.
Out into the blizzard we trekked, first ...
Airport selfie while my flight is delayed! First stop: Frankfurt, Germany for a lovely 4 hour layover. Luckily, according to my flight attendant, "there is a lot of hot air in Washington," so our strong tailwinds should land me in Frankfurt close to my original arrival ...
... ink that soaks through so it doesn't show on the outside but can be read on the egg after you peel it!
After walking through most of the exhibits we sat down in a little theatre area where they showed a 20 minute video about domestic spying during WWII. It started with some Disney-type public service cartoons of the "loose lips sink ships" variety. Then ...