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... on the Pentagon, 64 are buried in Arlington. There are 70 different sections (we only got to 3 sections in the time we were there). Arlington is the only national cemetery to hold servicemen from every war in U.S. history. There were a number of headstones with rocks on them - this is a Jewish tradition and it is similar to when Christians put flowers on graves. More and more people do this now as you are not allowed to leave flowers on the graves so the stone ...
... like that and so recently too (less than a 100 years ago). After that, we visited the Lincoln Memorial, where Martin Luther King Jnr gave his famous speech "I have a dream!" and where a giant statue of Abraham Lincoln sits watching the Capitol building. ...
... and sculpture garden, then to the Air and Space Museum and then to the American Indian Museum. After that and wander to and then past the Capitol, I headed back through the Mall and through the sculpture garden of the National Gallery of Art. It then met 5:30 pm and most of the museums closed. So I headed to the Natural History Museum, whose doors remained open until 7:30pm because of the holiday weekend. There I remained until 7:30pm and I eventually left as the sun ...
We decided to park outside the zoo parking. So we only had about 2 hours to visit, plus it was raining on us. We (my sister and I) did our hair, but by the time we finished the trip we looked like two puff balls. The rain was not going to stop us. The first exhibit we looked at was empty, so we continued to walk with hopes in our heart that the zoo will have animals.