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... got to sit in the courtroom where the justices work. Stacy was very happy. One of the Supreme Court justices was actually a professor where Stacy went to law school and she was a student.
It had stopped raining already. We went over to our Senators office and got visitors passes to go into the Capitol galleries. Not much was going on there, so ...
... the door and walking to the Metro station by 0510! We decided to take separate flights as Jenny was able to use frequent flyer points to pay for hers, but it was much cheaper for me to book a different flight. So although we left the flat at the same time, Jenny went south to DCA airport and I went north to Baltimore. We next meet in Canada!!
Washington is a great town and well worth a visit. Amazing museums, amazing sights, good bar scene (lots of ...
... the mall - with absolutely no intuitive knowledge on what was a branded shop, boutique shop or normal retail outlet...We visited Nordstrom which looked a little like Stutterfords or an upmarket Edgars - they were having (along with everyone else) a 30% off sale...The cheapest boots....$239 - after discount. Kerrin was despondent, Wayne was hiding his wallet!! We concluded that this was not the place 'normal' people shopped....
... teeny-tiny little pearly potatoes...we didn't realise how much we'd been missing fresh, homemade food, so we ran a little wild in whole foods. We bought the teeny little potatoes (obviously!), some chicken and some BROCCOLI (yum) and planned to make ourselves a little feast when we got back to the hostel kitchen.
We carried on through Foggy Bottom and walked for a while to the Lincoln Memorial; a monument built to honour the 16th President, ...