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... an assortment of hygienic ally challenged passengers from long haul destinations, the Americans sailed through passport control with toothy grins and confident swaggers, casting pitying looks at us non-residents. But on the bright side, it was good to be stretching one's legs. As far as flights go, it was fairly uneventful. Although my in-flight movie choice of Star Trek was ...
... to put into words. I'll try to set the stage, but I won't come to doing it justice.
The virginia sun is setting, we are quickly losing daylight, we've had less than 800 calories between us, our planned hotel has a ***** outside the main office.
At this point, there is nothing to do but call a life timeout. We have 4 hotels under $75, all with equal chances of being murdered in. Panera gives ...
This morning we rode the metro back to the Smithsonian to finish the Air and Space Museum. It was fun for me to watch Scott checking out all the engines and comparing the horsepower and upgrades from the first ones! He really wanted me to be excited and I tried but he was excited enough for both of us!! After we left Air and Space we went to the Museum of Natural History. There we saw many stuffed animals from around the world including lions, giraffes, koalas ...
... the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the Holocaust Museum, however the line was too long to wait at the Holocaust Museum. - I also saw the Albert Einstein Memorial and walked down the National Mall to scout where all the museums were that I wanted to see. - That said, I did get sucked into National Gallery of Art (Renaissance Art West Building) and the Sculpture Garden before making it down to take some photos of the Capitol Building. At this stage I was exhausted ...
... Next, the Vietnam veteran's Memorial and the Korean Memorial. Both very well done. I was particularly interested in the Vietnam Memorial as so many of my friends fought in the war and one high school friend died there. Sadly, I received a letter from him and was later told he died before I received the letter. Sad...They added a new sculpture which included the women who served in Vietnam. Very moving.
Korea was interesting...they soldiers were ...
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