Days Inn Lanham
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... roll into the hole where the Observatory was. We also got to touch a piece of Moon Rock! It was outta this world :) Josh and I are currently sitting at Friendship Heights stop whilst Craig (pronounced as Creg in USA), Stace & Nate go fetch the bags from our hotel upstairs. Another money saving idea by my brilliant husband, you swipe your Metro card when you leave the station only. Then we ...
... that all the galleries were closed on Tuesdays!!! So, we headed back to the subway at Dupont Circle and back to Union Station we went. We were feeling quite confident about using the subway now. Came home and did some packing in preparation for tomorrow's journey and then went out to dinner with Brian to a lovely Italian bistro. So a day of international cuisine - American Indian, Thai and Italian. Quite a mix really and all ...
Today we had a 10:30 am Capitol building tour, so we decided to visit the Library of Congress beforehand. This turned out to be a good decision. The interior is beautiful and we managed to go through a newly opened exhibition on the Civil Rights movement, it is the 50 th anniversary of the movement. This was a very interesting and informative exhibit and took up our time so we decided we would return after the Capitol tour and go on a Library tour which are on ...
... The Vietnam War Memorial. This one was particularly moving as it is largely a list of all the dead. The Korean War Memorial also had quite an effect as it was statue soldiers moving through a garden/bush. It was almost haunting.
- The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. A lot of good quotes and a giant statue of Martin Luther King.
- The Franklin Roosevelt Memorial was massive and a walk through time and differing political environments. ...
... I stopped once I got to Martin Luther though...
The great thing about DC was how relaxed it seemed, easy to visit, wander around everything and if I didn't see everything, i didn't feel like i'd missed it. It was a nice calm before the storm as my last and final stop of this trip was next and that meant living up to the crazy, non-stop, NYC spotlight. Drama. Don't mind if I do.