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... that I would love it. I still had to finish checking out some of the props from the Indy movies, but she was right, a souvenir Indiana Jones Fedora, just what I was looking for. Hats are not generally available here, caps on the other hand are everywhere. The girl behind the checkout at the shop was friendly and had spent a year at UQ in Brisbane doing her Masters in Ecological Studies. Before we left we checked out a display of photographs ...
... 4:00 pm so we believed this to be true. 70+ pics later so you can image just how big the presidents motorcade is. Sorry, to many to post on the blog:-( We finally made it to the Air and Space museum which was full of interesting things. Planes and more planes. The Wright Brothers part was very interesting. There were different space shuttle artefacts and all sorts of interesting space things. It wasn't the warmest in the Air and Space museum so it was nice to finally get ...
... Holocaust Memorial Museum - soooo overrated. If you have no idea of the history of The Holocaust then this is the perfect place to educate yourself. If you actually have a clue then don't bother. I don't know exactly what I expected but I wasn't moved by the exhibition at all. It's just loads of photos, a written history (that's right, picture a bunch of people stopping every 10m to read these placards explaining what happened) and videos. The permanent exhibition ...
... So we had a lot of room to let Emily stretch her sea legs. Of course she was wearing the big square lifejacket just in case. The boat tour was neat and it was good to get the perspective of seeing the city from the river. One of the highlights was the pentagon which is 47 acres-all under one roof, the largest office building in the world I think. There was a storm fast approaching and the captain went ...
The first sight our group visited was the Vietnam Memorial. I felt so touched by seeing the Honor Flight veterans honoring their once friends and companions, now fallen soldiers at the wall. I had an incredible opportunity of greeting a veteran; and the subject of my brother, a marine currently at war, came up. Of any person I've ever talked to about the hardships that come along with my brother's sacrifice for this country, I have never met ...