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... paintings and colour to date - absolutely stunning (am sure the photos won't do it justice). They have Lincoln's full library there, an exhibition on the civil rights history of the USA, the original Magna Carta (on loan from England) and various associated books, a few first edition bibles and other famous books. You can't go into the actual reading room of congress but you can look into it from a sealed balcony - ...
... of the Declaration of Independence and the magna carta. We saw the theatre Abraham Lincoln where was shot and the house he was taken to. There are some great restaurants and bars in Washington, similar to Canberra, wonderful food again! Just what we need!
Washington is a great city and well worth a look and we are glad we went even if it was only a short visit.
Next stop - New Orleans!!
... ask. They have closed off quite a big area so that the general public cannot get very close and the views include barricades.
Back to the car for the driving part of our tour. Drove out to Hick's Point at the end of East Potomac Park then headed for the Pentagon. That proved to be a bit of a challenge. We found it but could not locate the North parking. Think it might just be for permit holders. Also the signs said no photography. Could see where ...
Caught the Metro from Farragut West to Federal Triangle Metro and visited the Museum of Natural History. It's filled with animals, sea creatures, crystals, bones etc. from millions of years ago. It also houses the Hope Diamond and the Star of India. It was good, but I wouldn't rave about it. We then walked up 10th street and turned right at the FBI (J. Edgar Hoover Bldg)' then walked another block to the Spy Museum. It was about ...
... lunch before braving the elements again. We decided randomly to go to a place called Newseum, a museum of news and journalism. To be fair, we picked it because a) it was nearest to where we were and it was pouring down, and b) the name sounded funny. We were so happy that we did! We both really enjoyed this large, interesting museum, and only left because it closed. We would recommend it to anyone, it really does have an interesting mix ...