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... Monument, the reflection pool and the Lincoln Memorial. The statue of Lincoln was beautiful and there were famous speeches carved into the marble walls either side, including his famous "four score and seven years ago..." Speech. Lincoln was the president of America during the civil war and was responsible for abolishing slavery in the U.S. He also was very honest, had a good beard and a dapper looking hat. We then wandered over to the Korean War Memorial, which was a display ...
... but you actually become overwhelmed at what it stands for. Over then to the Lincoln. The heat was unbearable. I climbed the 200 steps up to the memorial and stood before Lincoln. And then hit happened. I saw a side of Lincoln I had not expected to see. I fainted!. All that hiking and walking in the heat took its tole. Several people assisted me, and there was a medical station set up that day. I was not the only one. 42 ...
... the legislation that used to get passed in this building. Today it seems it is mostly bickering but I suppose it has been featured bickering from the beginning.
Blake especially enjoyed the acoustics where it was possible to hear clearly words spoken so lightly across the room and the wonderful paintings inside the rotunda. Following the tour, we moved onto the Library of Congress through an underground tunnel and were thrilled ...
... gigantic chandeliers, white marble walls and staircases…we hope the photos will give the idea. Thomas Jefferson’s personal library of over 6000 books in a number of languages is here, meticulously preserved. So glad we included this one in our D.C. schedule.
Ford’s Theater where President Lincoln had that fateful encounter with John Wilkes Booth…. ...
... originally uncovered in a mine in India almost 400 years ago. The original size was over 112 carats about the size of a golf ball. We saw other gems and rocks in the mineral gallery but none like the Hope. They encouraged us to start a rock collection of our own. Mom already has one in our yard, big ones and tiny ones. Nana also collects rocks. Nana's are more precious than mom's. Nana wears hers.
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