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There is a bike exchange system here called Capitol bike share where you can pay $15 for 3 days and take bikes from one station to another. The first 30 minutes is free and if you ride for longer between stations you pay extra. There is a station not far from where we are staying so we grabbed a couple today and set off to see the Smithsonian museums and the monuments. First stop was the Capitol building which we pretty much just rode around and didn't see properly so we will save ...
... parks and Georgetown University. The walk ended on M Street in the commercial heart of Georgetown at the oldest house built in the district.
Georgetown is a very wealthy community. We saw a diplomat's car, million-dollar homes stacked on top of each other, high-priced cars parked on crowded streets, and some very lucky dogs relaxing on expensive balconies overlooking the narrow streets below. I enjoyed seeing the ...
... I didn’t know he had polio and was wheelchair bound. His wife Eleanor was a pretty extraordinary woman, being his eyes and ears even though he was apparently unfaithful. Their marriage was more of a political arrangement than a romantic one.
It was incredibly cold by the time we finished our tour due to us standing still for ages. We said our thanks to Joseph and continued on briskly to try and warm up. We stopped briefly along the basin edge to look over the ...
... don't travel abroad as much as other nationalities. We've read that only 10-20% own passports, so it would be safe to say, generally, they travel domestically rather than internationally. The consequence of that, is their views and knowledge is often limited to their world. "Worldwide in America". It's a common thing for us Kiwis to say we're from New Zealand and Americans to think it's either a part of USA or part of Australia. So saying, tiny New Zealand has about 4 ...
... and left for the District of Columbia. Arrived at 5:30am, so a four hour drive, got some sleep on the way, not much though. Once there grabbed a Starbucks and headed for the Mall and got some great shots of the Capitol Building right on the break of dawn. The Mall has all the main sites of Washington DC and it is definitely worth the walk, but I'd say allow the whole day in order just to take in the sites without visiting the museums. It took me just under 5 ...
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