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... America to the days of the Wright Brothers. This frieze was done in the French tromploi (don't know how to spell that). This deceives the eye into thinking it is three dimensional. An interesting comment was made that the President isn't allowed into the Capitol building unless invited by Congress and vice versa applies to the White House. We also walked part of the route the President takes on Inauguration Day for it is on the ...
... all you were given was OJ, water, tea or coffee or soft drinks. Had to pay for other things - couldn't be bothered, so just rested and tried to get some sleep - but not really. Landed and caught the taxi - has same problems finding the hotel, as Jess did, but the taxi driver called the hotel and got the street, we were just around the corner, so that wasn't too bad. went down to the bar and had happy hr and some entries and that was our dinner. I was too tired to eat ...
... We did a walking tour of Georgetown, an upscale, neighbourhood - home to the Kennedy families,, diplomats, senators and John Kerry.
Jacqui visited the National Cathedral, apparently the six largest in the world, while I dealt with a dental emergency, ugh. I had a root canal done. Amazingly, he completed the entire thing in 2 hours, not fun but now done.
Today we are off to Philadelphia for three days. ...
... got everyone in we headed back to camp for a relaxed afternoon in the pool and hot tub. We’ve been to some really well equipped campsites that’s for sure! No-one can really be bothered to get ready to go out to dinner so Steve orders loads of pizzas from Dominos and we all sit outside and enjoy the last of the sun whilst stuffing our faces! Nom nom nom! Dominos was always such a treat back in my student days. I think it’s totally overpriced but the ultimate comfort food. ...
... you may note from the lack here. There is a beautiful memorial at the end of the tour with many quotes, for example "For the dead and the living we must bear witness," Elie Weisel.
We had dinner at King Street Blues, known for its barbecue. Afterward we went to visit the President...just kidding! We did go to Lafayette Square, about as close as we could get to the White ...
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