Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Springfield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the center of the memorial. It was dedicated on hi.s 200th birthday. It sits on the Tidal Basin which is lined with cherry trees. Date of Birth April 13, 1743 and date of death is July 4, 1826. His death was on the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. What impressed me most about this memorial was that on the walls were four quotes, two of which had God in the first phrase. A great reminder to all who visit that this country was founded on God ...
We ate many Australian delicacies such as witchetty grubs, anzac biscuits, and macadamia nuts. Our visit to the embassy didn't just give us history of modern day Australia, it also gave us background of the Aboriginal culture of Australia. While there Brina decided to learn how to play the Bullroarer. The Bullroarer is an Aboriginal instrument used in ceremonies and in burials. Ask Brina and she'll tell you more about them! ...
... are quite lovely. Back to the car via the Sculpture Garden.
Moved the car to the road we had parked on last night in West Potomac Park. This is free parking for 3 hours. We were down close to the Franklin D Roosevelt monument which is huge and is made up of many stone walls creating rooms with some of his sayings engraved on the walls. There were also some statues and sculptures in the memorial.
We proceeded to the Martin Luther King ...
... as the 13th C but mostly 19th C and included contemporary works both political and stunning. Also a large exhibition, Lines, Marks and Drawings: Through the Lens of Roger Ballen, provocative, shocking, surprising, amusing black and white photographic images by NY born but long-term resident of S. Africa, Roger Ballen which also incorporate line and drawing, really challenging and wonderful.
This Smithsonian Museum led straight into the Freer/Sachler Museum, ...
... movie in the IMAX theatre 'Red Flag' based on airforce fighter pilots from a around the world coming together for a training exercise in the Nevada Desert.
By the time we left there it was 'beer o'clock' so Bruce took us to his favourite micro brewery called 'The Lost Rhino'. Great nachos but not a fan of the trendy beers. Home now for a couple of nice drinks.