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... in which the United Nations was conceived even if it's many years later and simply from a memorial and some quotes. The amount of American history throughout Washington was extraordinary and any person remotely interested in anything from the Revolution to Civil War to External Conflicts to the United Nations to the Space Race and American Pop Culture will find something of interest in Washington. Some of the things I saw included:
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The tower is widely recognised in civil engineering folk law. It is the World’s tallest masonry load bearing structure and is comprised of 88 million bricks and thousands of tonnes of stone. Impressive.
That structure paled in comparison to this incredible feat of architectural brilliance. ...
Absolutely gorgeous weather today so we played tourist. Mary Jane took me to Mt Vernon which was George Washington's beautiful home overlooking the Potomac River.
It was a bit of a lesson for me - didn't really study American history at school - he really was quite an innovative and ...
... br> On Friday morning, we drove straight to Union Station, the main train station in the center of Washington D.C.. When we got out of the parking lot we walked right into a strategically placed Hop on Hop off bus tour and decided to get on the bus and let it guide us around the city before we started exploring by foot. The bus took us along the main highlights, such as the beautiful capitol, the Lincoln monument and its reflection pool that once starred in Forrest Gump, the White ...
We then headed to Washington for 3 nights. This was amazing, we started in Arlington cemetery which is the national military cemetery, and also holds JFKs grave. It is quite breathtaking seeing the identical white tombstones stretch in every direction. We also saw the change of the guard for the tomb of the unknown solider (the USA army marches very different to back home). That night we had a tour of some of the memorials in the national ...