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... lake up to the Lincoln Memorial. Next stop the Korean War memorial then onto the Martin Luther King memorial, then the Roosevelt memorial and finally the Jefferson memorial. This is a long by pleasant walk! DC is a very walkable city. It was back to the metro station as by this time it was rush hour and back to Fairfax, Micah was getting tired - and so were our feet. As nit was my last night PJ looked after Micah and Helen and I ...
... br> founded, fittingly, by a Palestinian — columnist and peace activist Aziz
Abu Sarah — and two Jews — Marc Gopin, a rabbi and professor at George
Mason, and Scott Cooper. The group takes school groups, synagogues,
churches, social organizations and individuals on tours around Israel
and the West Bank, challenging travelers and students to gain a deeper
understanding of the underpinnings of the conflict.
... are no hostels in Phily at all with room available this Sunday. I don't want to spend an extra 'dead' day in DC (there are after all only so many museums you can go to without going crazy) so what to do!? Pay top dollar for a hotel? No thank you. Time to pick a place to spend a day that is between here and Phily. Baltimore, please step up! Yep the city most famous for the brilliant (but quickly dated) gritty cops and drug dealers show The Wire. ...
... the White House. Dinner at Georgia Brown's, upscale low country southern cooking- Yummy. After diner we took a walk to see the White House, sit on a park bench in Lafayette Park, and people watch. Fun to watch people get excited, and take pictures of squirrels in the park.
Back at the hotel, I had to park the scooter in the hotel parking lot, so T waited outside. As she was waiting the President's motorcade drove past the hotel, and that how T saw Obama.
Next to Washington Dulles Airport we had our first encounter with The Smitsonian Institute. The story of The Institute is worth a mention. Smithson was the ******* son of the Duke of Norfolk and the widow of a wealthy man from Bath. A gentleman scientist, Smithson led an interesting bachelor life devoted to geology and escaping from French prisons. When he died childless, he left his fortune (half his late mother's estate) to the American Government to establish an educational ...
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