Hampton Inn Washington I-95 / Largo
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... social with the others. Her response was magnificent - do what makes my heart feel good. I love that. With 2 months to go, one daily thought runs through my mind - I wish I made my flight reservation for a longer period of time. I feel confident this trip will be good for my heart & soul. Need to change that thought to a more grateful thought of having this opportunity. The other daily thought - lose weight by departure. Still excited for what is to ...
... we passed on our way back to the apartment. Of course the Pentagon looks pretty ordinary from the ground and you really need to see it from the air to see the shape. After lunch we ventured back into the Mall on the bikes to visit the American Indians museum. Another stunning example of architecture, although this one only 10 years old so a quite recent addition to the Smithsonian. It featured arfifacts and video displays ...
... out it would. Ask the girls about the crypt or who Robert Livingston is (they will know!). From there we had lunch at the Museum of the Native American. We spent most of the afternoon there. We went back to the hostel for a wonderful meal of salad & pasta. There, Carissa invited the Boy Scouts to eat dinner with us. Then we went for a moonlight tour of the monuments. It is now time for bed because tomorrow is another busy day. ...
... pink glow of springtime.
We spent hours in the Newseum, an amazing six-storey collection of artefacts and activities surrounding the history of journalism. As well as exhibitions on reporting of famous events (the Berlin Wall exhibit was kinda strange for us) and incredibly moving Pulitzer prize-winning photos, there were also lots of interactive activities. ...
... which was a crowd favourite. Our first stop was to the White House and sure enough it was raining outside. But we pushed through and had a look. Once again it was much much smaller than I expected. We were all getting pretty sick of the rain so off to the smithsonian museums. The natural history museum was high on everyone's lists so that was our priority. Walking in it was so crowded it seemed like everyone was trying to stay out of the rain like us. The first room you ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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