Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
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The Capitol Hill, where the US congress resides, is a very interesting building when it comes to history and architecture. There are free walking tours available (about 1 hour long), but first you have to register online for them: www.visitthecapitol.gov. Well worth a visit! Just be sure not to carry any water, other liquids or food with you as they won't allow you to enter with them.
At the end of my stay in the capital I also took ...
... displayed on stands.. at that moment it did not matter who created them - it was so wonderful and as I watched the shadows move it reminded me when I was in New Zealand and standing on the northern most tip of the island looking at the meeting of the Pacific Ocean with the Tasman Sea - the same kind of movement and merging was taking place and I think it was the first time I was really able to see and feel a direct relationship between art and nature. I ...
... a few other things. Next up was the Natural History Museum. T-Rex was prominent again, so was the giant squid and the hope diamond. A quick visit of both then it was back on the train home. We finished of our final night in DC with dinner at Il Canale in Georgetown, a nice Italian place with wood-fired pizza. It ran a close second to ...
... Milestone Press for our three-week absence and planning for my graduation, so packing for our three weeks in Greece has been a little frantic at times. Luckily, we had all of Sunday to get ready (which for me involved about 20 hours of sleep in two nights). Special thanks goes to Lynn Brandon and Angus Morrison, who not only attended my graduation ceremony but volunteered to take most of my things from ...