The Eldon Luxury Suites
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... It features three giant chandeliers made in Bohemia in 1902. The current administration tried to have them appraised, but they are apparently beyond price. Never minding the historical value and the fact that they belong to the White House: the country in which they were built no longer exists. Each chandelier weighs about 1200 pounds and consists of 6000 pieces of glass. It takes 7 staff members about ...
Today I went to the air and space museum.
First I went inside a flight simulator.
I went inside a red simulator
but Finn went in a white one.
The white one could make you go upside down.
but the red one could only pretend.
After that I had to wait a few hours for a 3D movie.
It had astronauts in it.
The astronauts had to go into space and find the lost spaceship called hubble.
I loved my day because I got a dog-tag.
... a bit of DC in one go, whilst having a history lesson at the same time. We started off at Capitol Hill, and visited The White House, The Lincoln Memorial, various war memorials, and the Dr Martin Luther King Memorial, amongst others *see attached photos*
The only thing that let it down was the shambolic late start. We thought it was a shorter tour than it was, and had planned on going for food afterwards. By the time the poor guide ...
... pictures there minutes before. He then told us his harrowing tale of how he lost his friends, which was very humbling to hear. I shook his hand and told him that he should be proud of his service which moved him very much and he replied that all forces back in the UK should be proud of their service too.
I then moved onto the Korean War Memorial which shows statues of soldiers as though on a scouting mission, which ...
... took away with us said "It happened. Therefore it can happen again. And it can happen everywhere." It is saddening and scary to think about. Our next stop was the National Museum of American History. Because we were on a time crunch we didn't get to see every exhibit but we did stop at the ones that mattered to our module. The first was the Star Spangled Banner Exhibit. In this exhibit it told the story of For McHenry ...