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... the tour by checking out Capitol Hill, which was down the road from the station.
Overall, very cool to see the major sites that make up the Capital (thought probably only necessary once), surprisingly hot and humid place and very glad to be rid of the mozzys. Next stop Chicago following our first long haul train journey (17hrs!!!). Am hoping the Windy City is a bit cooler and too windy for ...
... sit on and which side the Republicans. From our viewpoint, a guy on the left stands up to argue that homosexuals should be able to give blood, while the guy on the right goes on a rant about 'illegal aliens'. Go figure.
The afternoon was spent in the Smithonian Museums, and this is certainly where Washington DC stands above the rest of the cities we have visited thus far. The museums are world class, and are totally free, just like many ...
... restaurant near DuPont Circle, which serves delicious central American cuisine! They have the best brunch ever, and it's so convenient. After that, we had some time so we decided to go to the Newseum. Now, I went to Newseum a few years ago as a part of my school's DC trip, and I remember it as being my favorite museum in DC. The admission costs about $18 and it is the only museum in DC that's not free, but I think it's totally worth ...
... look on the FBI building, unfortunately only from the outside ;)
All in all, the US capital was very interesting to visit. It is quite small and not so impressive seen from the above, but I was surprised how much there was going on inside the city. It has lots and lots of free museums and other cultural activities, so you can never get bored there. Sure it is also the financial and government center, so it's also quite fancy, but no one cares if you aren't :-)
... us all round the city and over into the historic Georgetown area, by far the nicest part of DC, and it took up the whole day! The next day, we did our first batch of laundry in the morning after eating a mountain of chocolate chip pancakes at the diner below our hostel. In the afternoon, we went to the cinema as we'd seen everything the day before and it was all still shut. We saw the new Romeo & Juliet, it was really good, ...