Holiday Inn Columbia East - Jessup
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... only da Vinci painting in the Western Hemisphere. Funnily enough the tourist newbs must've missed this because I was able to view it in solitude (as opposed to the Mona Lisa at the Louvre which is a ******* circus). - National Air and Space Museum - interesting enough but I've now seen my fair share of rockets, space shuttles, engines, planes etc. Didn't think that was possible - when I saw The Endeavor in LA I was just about peeing myself with excitement, now I'm a bit 'meh'. ...
... in the rain a tall handsome black man came out and we asked if we could walk through the building. He must have been a caretaker or something, so he escorted us through (more marble floors) to the next block where we found a Mexican cafe and had our dinner there. Stopped raining by then so found our way home with a bit of help from a tourist helper (?) Got a message from J&L about doing a hoho tour tomorrow. Good ...
... I had a restaurant recommendation from a friend (hey, em!) but failed to googlemap that upon exiting the train station and began walking in the opposite direction to the zoo. Instead, we found this slightly divey, but not terrible restaurant appropriately named "The Zoo Bar" directly across from the Zoo (go figure...). Despite the Yelp reviews the food wasn't too bad.
Now onto the fun part! The ZOO!! Albeit a lovely place to visit, our children were ...
... clothes and the same secret service bicycles. Also they and 2 uniformed policemen had some poor bloke of Middle Eastern appearance carrying a small case surrounded and firing questions at him. It doesn't pay to look Middle Eastern and carry a small case in front of the White House. After we had taken our happy snaps proving we'd found the correct door to the White House Sioux (Sioux really likes her new American name now and only wants to be addressed as such and is ...
... and Jan, middle aged and said she had been volunteering for 5 years. Hopefully not as a guide because I think I new more than her. Jeff taught me lots about evolution, marsupials, adaption and the hope diamond. The biggest diamond in the world apparently. He did talk a bit too long turning an hour tour into 2 hours but again you can't complain when it's free. His biggest punchline was telling people that kangaroos were in fact dumb animals and jumped in front ...