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... food! Maccas was the only choice.
In the last part of the day we had a look around the Native American museum. It was really interesting to learn more about the history of the native people of this country - treated very unfairly in the early days, much like the indigenous people in our country.
As it was a warm night (comparatively!) we wandered around looking at the beautiful monuments again. There was an amazing orange glow to the clouds that looked ...
... a Doric Temple just like the Temple of Zeus.
The large sculpture of Abraham Lincoln seating on a thrown much like Zeus is also very impressive, but a bit puzzling.
The thing I've noticed was the inscription above the statue. It says, " In this Temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined ...
... are not our friends. Unfortunately in cities that’s mostly what they have. As expected there was no traffic and we got into the city and parked really quick. The whole day was threatening rain and every once in awhile we got a few sprinkles on us but it managed to hold off which was very helpful considering we spent the next 4 hours walking around the National Mall. The first thing we spotted was the Capitol Building. Usually it is pretty beautiful but the whole dome part ...
... work for the American Red Cross. Our meeting was this morning and we had a realy good time discussing how the values of social work fit in to disaster work and what a current student needs to do in order to work for the Red Cross after graduation. It's amost like I have a plan now. Crazy. Of course, I have no idea what I am doing tomorrow.
Until next time....
... bags around or have one stand guard whilst the other explored :) Anyhow returning to designated point we found that the train was late (if it's not you worry - as they are always late), but the lovely man waited then whisked us down the elevator before all the hoards and cattle running began. We boarded a very packed train and had to sit apart - but the lovely ...