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... Vietnam, Korea... We saw Obama lift off in his helicopter from the White House. And we spent a few hours at the National Gallery of Art. There was a Gerry Winogrand show which was great. It had an interview of him.
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... it off to the National Museum of the American Indian, they have a great cafe inside and so we would be able to have a look around and finish up with a good feed. An interesting museum, not one of the busiest ones but still well worth a look around. From here we headed back to the Natural History Museum for our IMAX movie to finish out a big day in the Museums. We realised we hadn't gotten out to Alexandria yet and today would be our last chance, ...
... parade wasn't due to start for 40mins so we decided to just continue on with our plans and headed to the newseum. The newseum is a museum about news, the main thing that attracted us was the anchorman sign out the front, however once inside there was much more than that. There was exhibits about JFK and his family, an FBI exhibit which included a lot of information about 9/11 including passports of the terrorists, the letter the terrorists all ...