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Fortunately there are plenty of things to do in Washington DC on a rainy day and I experienced a couple of those museum days on this trip. One Smithsonian museum new since I lived in the area more than twenty years ago is the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian. The collection was essentially warehoused in a building in upper Manhattan in New York and received very few visitors until it was decided to build a dedicated museum on the National Mall in ...
... wrong! They are incredibly humungous!! It showed the first aircrafts to fly and the original propellers and Emilia airhearts aeroplane and uniform. There was so much information to take in, this trip my head is bursting with history and knowledge, I can't physically take in anymore information haha! We decided on the metro back up the hotel, our feet couldn't carry us any longer we felt as though we had weights attached to our feet and after a session in the gym last night ...
... but by a stroke of good fortune we found it was open
until 7:30pm. I plonked Sam into a borrowed wheelchair and we prowled the
corridors and chambers looking at all kinds of creatures and odd looking
minerals until I decided I needed a toilet break. I left Sam under her own
power and went in search of relief.
I returned to find that I lost Sam. Had she been kidnapped?
Had she decided to run off with the trolley ...
Hair cut and nails done today then Rob & I went off on an adventure on our own as B & MJ both had to work. Found a shopping mall (yep I know unusual for this country) and then found TGIF - Thank God it's Friday - so had a nice lunch there. ...
Thanks everyone for the birthday wishes.
We were ready for a day off, so we took it easy and rode around the town on the $1 Circulator Bus. There are several loops, so we did them all, and they go to the outer suburbs where the average people live. The green loop went to the Adams Morgan area, which was heavily Mexican, quite poor, but packed with ethnic restaurants, shops and happy Mexican ...