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The Plan - Smithsonian Museums What really happened - Today, we are tackling part of the Smithsonian. This museum, spread over a number of huge buildings, was originally started by an Englishman who wanted American citizens to be educated. What is weird is that he never actually visited the US. Although museums aren't really my thing, it is a "must do" whilst we are here. We start at the air and space museum, made famous by Night ...
... of church and state), and being Founder of the University of Virginia. What about being President? Not his favorite job! He hated politics. He was, of course, our third President after Washington and Adams. And began a string of three straight Virginians in the White House.
We were given an excellent tour (well worth the $24 admission price) by a wonderful guide. She loved her subject and told stories well. Now that's an ...
... more souvenirs in – eek! Hopefully it wasn’t going to tip the scale!!
By the time Cheryl returned from her walk with the FDD, it was about time to get a good lunch. She left it up to us whether we wanted to try a different pub, or we could go back to Three Compasses where we had the most delicious sticky toffee pudding we had on our trip. I couldn’t shake my desire for some more sticky toffee pudding so the decision was to head back ...
... we were elated as were all of his supporters. So with his second win, our belief in him was reinforced and with that, we knew we had to be there. After all, this was not happenstance, no 1 off mistake, no uncounted hanging chads in Florida. His second win was so substantial in that it reaffirmed that millions believed in this man's abilities to lead our country and we wanted to join that community of like-minded folks for the ...
... were going through. It was in 17th Century that white Americans got freedom from British & Spanish rule but not until 18th Century that Black Americans got their due as citizens.
Moving on fruits, coffee & cake was a good breakfast we managed to get at a shopping mall food court of Philly and we were on our way to the capital of US.
But I was more keen of the view on the opposite side – Obelisk (the ...
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