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... plane, Charles Linbergh's Spirit of St Louis & lots of other interesting stuff!
The V1 & V2 buzz bombs that terrorized & destroyed parts of England in the war were captured ,disassembled & analysed. This helped jump start rocket development in the US. The technology was copied & they recruited German engineers & scientists to help develop the ...
... west of the Key Bridge on M Street. I had sometimes wondered where they were.
Overall Georgetown doesn’t impress me the way it once did. The posh residential streets are nice but the commercial district around M Street is overly crowded and too full of tourists and the stores, bars, and restaurants that cater to that collegiate and tourist crowd. I’m over that kind of party central atmosphere. I guess I must be getting ...
Numerous photographs of the Kennedy's was on exhibit at the Newseum. I was tickled to see a photograph of Jackie standing in front of the Georgetown house that I had photographed only a couple days prior. If I had known about the picture then, I would have stood in the very spot Jackie had stood and asked Andy take my picture in front of the house. Even if I am not as beautiful as Jackie O., I would still have got a kick out of it.
... a white moon.
Another thing I noticed was that unlike in Philly, DC is way more spread out. When I needed a "bird bath" this is slang for taking a bath in a public sink, I could duck into numerous nearby private bathrooms. If I had to use the toilet I remember having to go a long distance before I could find a decent one, one that was not really dirty or the building it was in heavily guarded. The ...
Not happy to just go to the standard Smithsonian Institute Air and Space Museum, Mark had done his homework and Thursday saw us psyching up the GPS and heading out towards Dulles Airport to see the "real" Air and Space Museum.
And it was worth it. It consisted of a massive specially built hangar with a true replica air traffic control tower attached. Mark could barely ...