Executive Inn & Suites
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... a look at the Jefferson Memorial. The cherry blossoms were in bloom earlier this month, but Tim found us one tiny little patch (see photos).
According to FitBit, we walked just about 10 miles today. We stayed close to the hotel for dinner, then, and ate Chinese just down the block. It was delicious.
Tomorrow, we are going to visit some parts of the Smithsonian. Home in the early evening.
... the observation area of the reading room.... amazing area. Definitely going back!
We then toured the Capitol building. Very cool tour. Our tour guide was fun and interesting. Pretty cool to hear how 4th graders successfully lobbied for Utahs 2nd statue to be installed in the Capitol - each state can have 2 statues but they must be made of marble or bronze, and the statue has to be made of a deceased person. Lots ...
... we started and had practically done a whole loop of the city, defs clocked up some kms that day. We jumped on the train to head back to the hotel, not before a quick trip to h&m of course, we needed to grab some white shirts for the white shirt party on the last night, the train system is whack though each stop has a different price so when we first walked up to the ticket machine it was hectic but we worked it out and got back to the hostel with no drama as. ...
... diversion. I mean that we got to see a ritual that many people do not see. A team of horses pulling a gun caisson loaded with a flag draped coffin, escorted by a military band, armed honour guard, followed by the colour guard.
We arrived at the tomb of the unknown soldier just before noon, the time of the changing of the guard. Again we were fortunate to see this ritual, even as three volleys of a salute echoed from the nearby funeral. These few moments really drove ...
... Do you run something? Like, say, the country?" It seems that every building is of federal importance and there is no shortage of imposing marble facades and huge pillars. They are also keen on Presidential memorials - Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson - and by Jove, they do them well. We were lucky enough to be there just as the cherry blossoms were out, giving everything ...