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After an early 5am rise, both mum and dad drove me to the airport to wave me off on my big adventure. On arrival at the check-in desk I was instructed by a lovely young lady that there was a possible change to my flight plan. Expecting a delay I was pleasantly surprised when I found my journey was about to be made easier. Originally I had a 9.20am flight, Manchester — Amsterdam, Amsterdam — Washington Dulles arriving at 15.25pm. However, I now ...
... Washington you see the big picture of America’s place in history and the world and forget the morons in Congress or the ineptitude of the inhabitant of the White House or whatever current gripe you may have against your government.
My host Mikey had extra bicycle, albeit one with a quite low fixed seat which caused me great knee pain, so we biked down through trails in Rock Creek Park to the monuments around the National Mall on beautiful chilly day. The Mall is the ...
... looking. Before you get to it though there are a few other memorials that stand in front of it. We walk about reading the placards of what they represent. There are water fountains for water fountains, the American flag hangs over everything you touch as if saying "it's American, don't even think about it'. We head to the reflecting pool and stand in awe of the sheer length of it and the reflection of the Lincoln statue in its waters. Although there are a lot of ...
... just because you get to go "up the stairs". Mind you any other stairs they normally wouldn't want to climb!
Steph and Aaron travelled really well. The first 15 hours went not too bad. It was great that we could get up out of our seats, walk up and down the back stairs to the help ourselves to the mini bar! It was a good place to stretch our legs and chat with other passengers doing the same thing.
The interactive screens were also a ...
... for our tour bus, then took us past the Pentagon. Interestingly we found out that you can't take photos of the Pentagon (we learnt this after Mike took a few quick snaps of it :S). The bus then took us back to the National Mall where we had decided to go to the Air & Space Museum. Definitely my favourite part of this was all about America's space travel and the competition they had with the Soviet's. By this time we were ridiculously ...