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... it has been hot and humid and steamy...get the picture.
Then took some shots of the Capitol building. Too hot to stay by now but I'll be back. It is an absolutely stunning building. Inspiring blah blah blah.
Saw this woman who seem to have bus shelter 52 as her home. She has been there for at least 36 hours talking to herself. Come to ...
... also passed the world renowned Appollo Theatre. We continued down the East side of Central Park and got out of the bus just passed the Guggenheim Museum. We walked across Central Park to the West side. Was abit disappointed with Central Park. It is very popular with lots of cyclists, joggers, walkers, dogs, children etc. we then continued our walk down to the Hudson River where we were catching a harbor cruise. It was a very long walk. All in all I think we walked ...
... seemed to take huge exception to being asked questions. Matt asked if he had the correct bus and was pointed towards the back of the line. Having got to the front of the line (still none the wiser) he grunted it was, but didn’t want to tell us whether we would have a change or not " I tell you where you get off". He didn’t seem overly equipped in manners or driving skills , as we were thrown into the back of the seats in front at the very first junction.
Walked over to the Arlington national cemetery today, this is the home to nearly all of the graves of American military soldiers who have died since ww1, we also got to see the grave of John f Kennedy and also the tomb of the unknown soldiers, who are guarded 24/7, 365 days of the year to show respect to those how lost their life's in every war since ww1 The ...
... 169.3 metres tall. Taller monumental columns exist, but they are neither all stone nor true obelisks. The monument was damaged during the Virginia earthquake of August 23, 2011 and Hurricane Irene in the same year; as of 2013[update] it remains closed to the public while the structure is assessed and repaired. The National Park Service estimates the monument will be closed until ...
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