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... doing demonstrations and are always on hand to answer any questions you may have regarding the exhibits. There are many school groups with their teachers wandering around the various museums and it would be wonderful for their education. The architecture here is superb with the government buildings all being very elaborate and the houses at least in the Capitol Hill area are all historic looking terrace houses. It's a ...
... to the museums, covering ground in the American (full) and Natural history (likewise) museums before trying the American Indian. I liked the transportation exhibits in the first, the rocks and gems in the second and the building of the third. The latter has a lot of empty space - the exhibition rooms are varying sizes, and I'm not sure there are any permanent exhibits, just a moveable feast, perhaps because other cities have American Indian museums with the artefact angle covered, ...
... on the Pentagon, 64 are buried in Arlington. There are 70 different sections (we only got to 3 sections in the time we were there). Arlington is the only national cemetery to hold servicemen from every war in U.S. history. There were a number of headstones with rocks on them - this is a Jewish tradition and it is similar to when Christians put flowers on graves. More and more people do this now as you are not allowed to leave flowers on the graves so the stone ...
... given us advice about being in Washington...don't drive after 3PM or you'll be stuck in rush hour traffic (They don't call them Park Ways for nothing).....if you see a blue light on a street, don't go there (it means that there have been recent drive by shootings in that area).....and basically, if you have a choice, don't drive in Washington at all. Now, Graeme and Tracey had been to Washington before and trusty Graeme assured me that he knew the way to our motel, so I quickly ...
... Cemetary and the Pentagon. Because of the heat and humidity, we rode this one downstairs, but thankfully earphones were supplied, so we could still hum along to our favourite tune in between commentaries! No photos allowed of the Pentagon. I wasn't about to test that rule out.
Nearing the end of the blue line, where we were to catch the yellow line back to the hotel, we went past the Ronald Reagan Building, where the guide, Jackie, ...
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