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... br> The blue loop went to the Naval Yard , with its beautiful row houses, old barracks and military types all about the place. We stopped at the Eastern Markets for lunch. I had a fried haddock sandwich, which actually had lettuce and tomato, and was delicious.
The orange loop went over the Anacostia River to a largely African American neighbourhood, very low down on the socio-economic scale. ...
... views of the main tourist hot spots, and Korean gelato for dessert.
The next day, overcast but no forecast for rain, we set-off to explore the shutdown D.C. by foot. First stop was the White House, though unfortunately the president wasn’t to be seen. Next we walked down the mall past the reflecting pond to the Lincoln memorial. If we had arrived 30mins earlier we would have been able to jump over the temporary fence and get an up close view of ...
... that lecture?" "Oh good - I finally met an honest *****ian".
I'm fairly sure the latter was tongue in cheek. Fairly.
After demanding crackers from our sub-par waiter to "keep me going", and 'forcing' me to drink two glasses of red wine, we involuntarily left the food court and decided on a night time tour of the Mall.
The first hour I spent in Washington was the most memorable entrance to a new city I've had yet, and it left ...
... damage) towards the World War II memorial, by the pool of reflection and up to the Lincoln Memorial. I’ll say one thing – the Yanks know how to do public, poignant spaces. In each place there was an air of celebration, pride and respect. Sitting on the steps of the Lincoln memorial, where Martin Luther King Jr gave his famous 1963 speech “….free at last, free at last, thank God almighty I’m free at last!’ to 250 000 people, one could not help ...
... Arrived in Washington where we met up with Simone and Ralph, our new guide and driver. Had a short tour to see the Thomas Jefferson monument and then the Martin Luther King monument. Onto the bus and a 30minute drive to dinner.....restaurant was very much like a Sizzlers. Full bellies then a short drive to the hotel.....home for the next two night. I have a room with a water view.....lucky ...
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