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... had fled. The soldiers used the grounds for sleeping and resting, at the end of the civil war when there became too many casualties it was turned into a cemetery. The tomb of the unknown solider was next in the cemetery, it is guarded 24 hours a day 365 days a year without fail, whatever the weather. They change every half hour, it was really good to see. It's a 21second salute so they take 21 steps and pause for 22 seconds. They walk back and forth like that for 25 ...
... we stopped at in the elevator seemed to have a group of teenage girls waiting to get on, hence the quote at the start. We soon found out why. One Direction are performing tonight in Washington and the city is full of fans! What fun! We thought it would be a good idea to go out for dinner during the concert - after all, everyone will be in the stadium, right? Wrong! The average One Direction fan is too young to drive, so yes the kids are ...
... 365 days a year by Tomb Guard Sentinels. The Sentinels, all volunteers, are considered to be the best of the elite 3rd US Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) based at Fort Myer, VA.
I also visited the area where those who have been cremated are interred as Sandy Neilson's dad is there so went and paid my respects to him.
Arlington really is worth seeing - ...
... ten miles. So...nothing like south west really. We enjoyed it. Car is great, heaps of room, kids had downloads of movies and tv on iPads, so happiness there. C & J tuned digital radio to specialist '80s station and played "guess that tune and artist" from opening bars of each song. Caragh beat Jason 10 to1. Seems there is a lot of stuff stored in her brain that has nothing to do with 15 years of formal education. Lovely entry into Washington. Just ...
... a DC winter. The walk to the Smithsonian was only 15 minutes or so but far enough in the already oppressive heat. free entrance to a place where all my childhood adventure stories came to life the X15, space capsules, minuteman rockets , a V1 & next to it a tomahawk cruise missile presumably without the fuse ; we have come a long way in our abilities to blow up up our fellow man from a distance.
We had lunch at Maccers the only food available ...