Hampton Inn Potomac Mills/Woodbridge
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... br> what I saw the following day in the Smithsonian Museum of American Art.
Overall, I consider the National Gallery to be one of the
two top art museums in the country, on par with the Metropolitan Museum of Art
in New York. The two, though, are significantly different in the sense that the
National Gallery does not cover all art from all eras from all parts of the
world as many other major museums attempt to do ...
... area in Washington. This is built near the harbour and had been a thriving port in early settlement times. The houses are like terraces down near the harbour and beautiful colours. I spent time checking out the shops. Found a Japanese restaurant for lunch, then some tea shops. Next I went down to the harbour for a cruise, courtesy of my bus ticket, but just missed the 3pm boat. Had an hour to wait for the next ...
... The Capitol looked lovely with all the lights on it and the quarter moon in the background and the WW2 memorial had all the fountains lit up. We've been making the most of our bike rental and have cycled around pretty much all of the immediate area and seen all of the historic government buildings and the ...
... using liquid nitrogen into ting balls. It is literally freezing and quite hard to eat. After a while you start eating the side of your mouth as it is numb.
Tomorrow we are off to Florida to stay at an amazing resort in Orlando. I am looking forward to getting out of this cold!!!!!
Catch up with you all tomorrow.
... of monuments including the Lincoln memorial, World War Two memorial, Washington monument and to not forget The White house, unfortunately we didn't see President Obama.
For those of you that are fans of Forrest Gump the Lincoln memorial pond should look familiar. The steps of the Lincoln memorial is where Martin Luther King Jnr giving his famous 'I have a dream' speech.
In all if you come to DC you should probably try and come for at least two ...