Courtyard By Mariott Chevy Chase
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... Soldier (video will be on a separate blog) and then saw the Eternal Flame remembering JFK. After this we went for lunch, were we all went and had an American burger. It was heavenly.
After that we went into D.C and look around the capital for a bit before going to the National Air and Space Museum, before heading home.
Tomorrow, more visits in the capital is on the agenda, so watch this space for my development.
... day on the trip and I learned octopuses are annoying and cute. My octopus went undercover and a spy caught him. When the spy caught him, there was a giant ink cloud the size of NYC. And then, once the cloud hit them, they turned into giant octopuses. And then they started to eat Katie. Katie yelled help, and then Mrs. Maryann learned it was a dream! Now, back to reality - we are all on the train and we learned that ...
We have a free day today so just heading out to the newseum, that was so cool and massive! It had an exhibit on the anchor man, coz its the news museum. There was part of the antenna from one of the twin towers there as well. We watched this 4D movie that was pretty cool, the seats were moving and it was so real I almost reached out to touch it. The newseum also had a whole floor about the FBI that was pretty cool, top secret stuff hehe. Then we went to the White House ...
... finally found a door out, we still didn't know where these people found the food. It was exhilarating to finally get outside into the fresh air and all thoughts of coffee were gone...we just wanted to find our way back to the hotel. Joan and I were wondering why Mary hadn't warned us of a 4th hazard....don't walk in Washington in the dark, unless you have to. We finally made it back to the hotel, and after a conference regarding the next day's plans, we headed to our rooms, ...
... eerie. Their faces in such detail too. After that we continued on to the Martin Luther King memorial which was my favourite for sure. The memorial was two huge tapering walls with a gap in the middle for you to enter. This is a reference from his famous speech 'I Have A Dream’ where he said: "Out of a mountain of despair, a stone of hope." Once inside, you could see quotes beautifully engraved all down both walls. Profound and inspiring statements that really made you think. If ...