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... listed as well. After visiting the Pentagon we got back on the subway and made our way to visit the US Marine Corps War Memorial. It was about a 30 min walk from the subway to the statue. It was a massive and very impressive statue. Once we had finished at the memorial we made our way back to the subway and headed back to the hotel to have a very late lunch and have a nice relaxing afternoon. Mark did some gym and Bec watched Offspring. We might go for a soak in the hot tub ...
... a 10am 3-hour Segway tour, taking in DC's main sights including White House where (President Obama and family lives), the J Edger Hoover Building (where the FBI are based), Capitol Hill (where Congress sits - USA Parliament), The National Mall including the Smithsonian Museums, the Washington Monument, finishing at the Lincoln Memorial. After covering some ground on the Segway's and learning as we rolled, we had a sandwich at Jimmy Johns, preparing ourselves for a Smithsonian ...
... outward, creating two colonnades that were meant to conceal stables and storage." (Wikipedia)
To the right we walked towards the Executive Office building. This blue grey building was very impressive with its architectural design and decorative facade.
"The Eisenhower Executive Office Building — formerly known as the Old Executive Office Building and even earlier as the State, War, and Navy Building — is situated just west of the White House in ...
... firmly and politely told us no food or drink inside. I had been carrying a brioche around all morning, and wasn't giving it up for any foreign government, so we left.
Walked a bit more and ended up at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I wanted to see the White House across the North Lawn. It is a starkly beautiful building. Unfortunately the sun was behind it, so my photos aren't very good. I suggested to Terry we could go back in the morning when the light ...
The day started off very chilly, with a frost to greet us. Jumped on a complimentary tour bus for a fast and furious drive around the back roads of Bird in Hand and the township of Intercourse. Our tour guide "Nancy" was chock full of Amish knowledge, with the area preparing for lots of upcoming weddings. The Amish almost build another house or large extension to host the wedding guests (up to 500 ...
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