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Day 43 The Big B Hop-on-hop-off Bus was our tour guide. We went past Capitol Hill, a lot of monuments and the White House. Well also walked a lot, and in particular Stephen wanted to see the Vietnam Memorial. Diner was at a brewery - great beer. Sighting: rat Hotel: Marriott Metro ...
... people inside for transporting.
There is a bunk that was from a concentration camp and slept 12
people. Everything is emotional and sobering and so important to see
but certainly not an easy museum to visit.
After this experience, we had lunch and
walked to the Air and Space Museum, getting there just before 1.30pm.
Now to be honest, 3 of the 5 of us weren't that interested in going
here. After walking for about ten minutes we ...
... Smithsonian castle, very impressive building but none of the exhibitions grabbed us, so had a look at their excellent gardens including a moon garden. Continued on to the Lincoln Memorial which was very crowded - impressive! Supposed to have been modelled on the Parthenon. Got some fairly ordinary lunch and swapped over to the yellow loop for a drive around Georgetown (which includes a district ...
Today is we went to the Amish Country and got some goodies from the Amish Market we also got to see their home. I learned that they have church at 1 person home and it lasts for 3 1/2 or 4 hours. I also learned that everyone has school at the same time and sat in the schoolhouse with ...
... and it took about thirty minutes to walk there. We were power walking like we had never power walked before!
Eventually we made it, literally with seconds to spare. We went through security and made our way into the museum. We started the tour by receiving informational pamphlets about different people who had lived through the Holocaust. Mom and I both winced as we opened our booklets to see the faces of little girls, pre-teenagers. Yikes. We all read ...