DoubleTree by Hilton Columbia
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... We then hired bikes for a few hours and went in search of a few things we had missed yesterday. Back down to Lincoln, round to Roosevelt memorial then Martin Luther king and finally around the river to Jefferson memorial . So much easier by bike! We then made it to the metro and met cousin Lee and Mary for dinner. Fab... ...
Took every photo op to capture local wildlife. Check out the outrageously endowed girl at the war memorial. Amazing, saw her headlights coming round the corner before we saw her!
Lots of amazing buildings. I reckon that the architects in the past must be pretty good to be designing and building such beautiful structures. Unfortunately, their profession has been trashed as ...
... death of the Flats..but he's afraid of everything so this is not a surprise.
By this time it is almost 5am and we are waiting for the cab to pick up up and drive us to the airport. Time to put the Flats away and walk downstairs. The Flats are now bundled up in John's carryon. So we will see what interesting places the Flats show ...
... dropped us in front of the National Museum of Art to explore the area. We only had 3 hours to explore before the bus picked us up. I ended up going to a cafe in the Sculpture Garden and having lunch and exploring the garden. I spent the rest of the time in the National Museum of Natural History. There just wasn't enough time to do much at all. We took the bus back to the hotel and caught the ...
... Capitol Hill, the Washington Monument (which was covered in scaffolding), the Vietnam memorial wall and the Lincoln Memorial. I was shocked by the length of the wall and the number of names on the Vietnam wall. A lot of Americans died in that war and all their names were on the wall. Row after row after row of names. Very sobering. The Lincoln memorial was very impressive. A giant Abraham Lincoln sits in a chair inside it alongside engravings of his Gettysburg address and ...