Holiday Inn Express Washington DC SW-Springfield
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Travel Blogs from Springfield
... the White House. This is where the Presidents paraded after inauguration. Some drove, some drove, one took his wife, Carter was the first one to walk the distance - and since then all the Presidents have done the same.
They were showing a 4D movie at the museum and so we had to sample it. It was a 3D movie of news items from the past - but the chair moved as well, just like in a Disney ride. It was good fun. It only lasted 40 minutes ...
... hanging from the roof or just on display. My favorite galleries would probable have been the wright brother, Apollo missions, pioneers of flight and the other space travel related exhibits. We continued down the road in search of food, by now it was about 1. But being Sunday not a lot was open. We wander down to Capital HIll and walk around to the front of the building and around the other side. The decision was then made to eat at the good carts. I had ...
... weeks to memorize a 32 page transcript verbatim. After the pentagon, I took the subway back to Arup's place to eat some lunch, rest for a bit and grab my bike. Before I headed to Arlington national cemetery, I went to the USDA farmers market and got a peach. At the cemetary, it was powerful to see the rows and rows of just a fraction of the people who have served in the military. I also saw the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier. After ...
... too see even more of it.
We went across to the Holocaust Museum because we knew we wanted to fit that in today as well. I definitely learnt a lot about the holocaust and everything, but it was pretty heavy and confronting stuff, and whilst it is interesting I think there is only so much you can learn at once about it.
Then we walked past the white house, the front and the back, which was really pretty cool, and quite exciting I think. We saw a ...
... past all the monuments we saw at night (but they looked so different). We met back at the Jefferson memorial where Joseph met us with our dinner ingredients. It was very surreal chopping lettuce on a chopping board with the Washington monument in front if you and the Jefferson memorial behind you! Our dinner of fajitas was amazing and in an amazing location! Back at the camp now and I'm knackered again. Also despite slathering on 35spf every 15 minutes my nose still turned ...
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