Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Reston
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Our last day in the capital city was slipping by way to fast! We had hoped to see the National Archives, Art Gallery and Newseum. They go onto the 'if we get back here again' list too! We had time for a coffee at the Art Gallery, but that was about it. We had planned for an early dinner as we still had to pack and reorganise ourselves for our early departure to NYC the next morning.
Repetitive I know, but we enjoyed our ...
... is his symbol, and it's on everything.
We visited the Carpet Museum.. Carpet making is a very important part of their culture, heritage, and textiles are an important part of their economy. The curator described the museum as a "generous gift" from Pres Niyazov
One display was a yurt, traditional moveable home of the nomads.....where rugs served as furniture ( chair, bed, etc.) They're not used as homes anymore, but many people use them as vacation ...
We then went to the Korean and Vietnam war memorials! We also saw the Lincolm statue and Forest Gump pond out the front (forget what it's called because there is so many monuments).
We visited the Holocaust Museum which wasn't very nice as you can imagine but is still something I enjoyed visiting. It was huge with 6 levels to walk through. It took me and Anitia 3 hours.
Last we were off to see the International Spy Museum which I absolutely ...
... Declaration of Independence and shrunk it.
Analisse, 12pm: For lunch I had Fuze tea, a parfait and fried bread. It was delicious. If I hadn't eaten I would have died.
Lauren: We walked in a torrential downpour. We went on the metro train. I love all the memorials.
Carissa: I learned that when you go to Washington you have to pack a tarp. Turtles give kisses blahhhhhh. I liked the American ...
... Every day I could not have been more grateful for having her as a host mom and for being in the incredible city that is Bilbao. Even the walk to class blew me away day after day and understandably so if you look at the pictures.
My goal while being in Bilbao was of course to improve my Spanish but to also experience as many aspects of the Spanish culture as I possibly could. Both of which I believe I accomplished to some extent. As far ...