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... data-line-break" data-line-break="true" id="E48">After a late lunch and ice cream stop we then took in our first Smithsonian the America History Museum (free). Highlight included the ruby red slippers from Wizard of Oz, one of the first Apple Computers and some classic US cars. The lowlight was paying 14 bucks to ride a simulator of a ghost train ride...it was rubbish. It might have been OK 20 years ago but you get better graphics on a smart phone.
... graduated from Hamline last year and is now getting her Master's at American University. We went to this awesome bar/restaurant, called Churchkey, for pizza and peach beers! CLS could not have planned a more prime location for orientation! ;)
That pretty much summarizes up D.C. and orientation. Now we are headed to Russia on three different planes over the span of 18 hours: D.C. to Frankfurt, Frankfurt to Moscow, and Moscow to Kazan. Jet-lag is going to be my middle ...
Today we had a great time - Bruce took the day off and so the 4 of us went to The Air & Space Museum which is one of the Smithsonian Museum. They have an amazing collection of aircraft from the beginning of flight. The aircraft models include an SR71 Blackbird - an amazing looking spy plane, a Pan Am Clipper, Air France Concorde and the space shuttle DISCOVERY. Saw a ...
... black, white and red in the zoo but that doesn't count as he wasn't wild.
We saw baby tigers playing in the cold, some cool otters, awesome ranges and gorillas. A pandy for a bit before he walked into the warm, cheetahs who were waiting at the gate to be let back into the warm, some elephants and some cool smaller critters! The reptile house had the coolest collection of colourful frogs and an anaconda! The small mammal house also had amazing furry critters! ...
... with teachers and children. Bizarrely the first class we visited was absolutely silent. This is not because the children were particularly quiet. Rather they were all asleep! The youngest children who are a similar age to our nursery pupils, come to school all day. So what do they do after lunch? They all take a nap! Which was great for the teacher because he could do all his planning for the next day while they ...