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... all around the world. The Human Origins exhibit was very interesting it showed how humans evolved over six million years in response to a changing world. They even had the skeleton of Lucy, one of the most complete early human skeletons. Museum of American history was our last museum for the day in here we saw the Star-Spangled Banner that inspired the American national anthem. As well as a rang if exhibits from the US presidents and their First Ladies to the ...
... airport early on Sunday morning though, which really helps. I'm pretty tired and I think my trip is catching up with my body. I'm glad I don't have anymore 75 mile days to bike for the foreseeable future. I'm looking forward to one more day exploring DC tomorrow, hopefully embassy row and more of the smithsonian. Then I will be boxing betsy up and saying goodbye for a few days until I meet her back in La Crosse, where she'll sit in the garage while I'm in the ...
... address with an even more unconvincing beard. Following this was a stream of American country/rock songs appreciated by a small collection of large and proud Americans. Although this is quite typical of this country, I couldn't help but almost sense Abe rolling in his grave. Following this sight, was the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial which seemed to be another fitting tribute to those who lost their lives in the war. The most striking feature was the Wall of Names ...
In just over an hour, I will be boarding to Iceland! I have a feeling the weather will be quite the shock. Yesterday was a high of 90 in DC. It was almost ridiculous. Reykjavik will feel more like Wisconsin, but I'm ok with that. I am hoping to see Bjork on the flight, or maybe her sister or something. Does she even gave one? Not sure. If I ...
... on the bike and I visited the Martin Luther King Jnr memorial, and then the FDR one which was pretty amazing. Very cleverly done indeed. I continued onto the Thomas Jefferson memorial and witnessed a gay wedding underway, I even took photo's for them!
I then headed back to the Capitol region along the mall and finally got to visit the library of congress and peek into the reading room. It looked amazing and I only wish you were allowed ...
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