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... dinner as the Chinese establishments didn’t look too great!
I really liked Washington DC, and would definitely visit again. The whole city is very easy to get around on foot, and there is so much to see and do – most of it for free. I wish we had spent less time in Miami and more time in DC, but now we know for next time.
Next up is the Big Apple itself – New York City.
Will write again soon.
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Then we went to the Spy Museum. Kurt, you would have loved the bottom floor. It was completely dedicated to James Bond. Fortunately for me, we had to leave early and get to our next appointment, so we missed some of the Bond stuff. The rest of the museum was pretty cool though.
We had to rush out of there to make our tour appointment with the Bureau of Engraving ...
... the bag back and forward and putting it through the scanner each time, then me take something else out, well he put the whole tray through and scanned it again (of course the queue has really built up now) son I just took my time putting stuff away and getting dressed, but he was well fed up and asked me to move along, I said I will, but you started all this, not me, so I leave another happy person in my wake
The next flight was a night flight, but it was ...
... linger like steps on fresh pavement. Three and a half months ago we made a transcendental choice in our lives, all of us interns took control of our own destiny and bet everything on it to pursue a dream. Even though, I know that all good things must come to an end, in this case I’m not ready yet to believe it is over. Washington DC, 68.3 square miles of culture, youth, expertise, and passion, stands in stark contrast to every place I’ve lived before. Even though, ...
... talking to all the D.C. natives and other supporters and non-supporters alike. What we came to discover about this town was that even if you were a non-supporter, you were very respectful of the Presidential office itself. Everyone seemed to have a mutual respect for the President.
Another really great stop on our trip was our visit to the Smithsonian Museum of American History, which housed a great deal of past ...