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... It was really enjoyable and our pilot was a lot of fun. The flight was about 15 mins and he took us all over Vegas, up the strip, to old Vegas and flew us around the big tower thingy. We went back to the Bellagio for dinner because there are 20 restaurants here and a lot of slot machines everywhere. Then Crowdy hit the tables lol and lost 40 bucks in about 10 mins so we came back to the room. We are in Vegas, I can't believe ...
... the exact point that marks the centre of DC. I found the whole thing really interesting and Anya explained how congress, presidency and judiciary worked. Around 5pm we went to a holiday party at The Holiday inn, The Taste of the States. Basically an event for politicians and professionals to network over free food and drink, highly under dressed we decided to gate crash. Taking advantage of free dinner, we chatted to Anya's friends and the odd ...
... or not this land is truly the greatest place to live or not, it is home and there is nothing quite like the feeling of home sweet home :-)
Au revoir Europe et à bientôt!
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"So much better to travel than to arrive." - Margaret Atwood
"There are years that ask questions and years that answer." - Zora Neale Hurston
"Maybe you're not meant to fit in. Maybe you're supposed to stand out." - Taylor Swift
... inspiring then walked across the Potomac bridge back to Washington Monument. Being Sunday, the place was pretty busy and weather still warm but comfortable. Clouds moved in and out later in the afternoon to give me some interesting light on the monuments. See photos.
On Sunday, we both went into the City to visit the Natural History and American History Smithsonian museums.
The main draw of the Natural History ...
Just before we arrived in Washington there had been a breach of the White House perimeter. A war veteran had managed to jump the fence and actually get into an unlocked door. As a consequence they have increased security around the White House. We were lucky because at the front of the White House they had only put up a small barrier when we first arrived and at the back of the White House I was able to put my IPad through the fence and take a ...