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... arrive in dc just as all of the cherry blossoms were blooming. Those, added to the many other purty trees and plants, made dc a very pleasant city to stroll around.
I did quite a lot of nerdtastic activities in DC. Spent a lot of time at the smithsonian museums. The air & space museum was kinda meh. The natural history museum was pretty awesome. They had cool dinosaur bones, big whales and even a cat. The American history one was really informative. During my ...
... things. Back to the hotel where we played some pool and had a couple of drinks. We headed to bed as we planned on getting up at 5am to watch Andy Murray in the Australian Open Final... Sunday 27th January Ok, somehow I slept through Lisa coming in at 3am, and the tennis being on the tv that Sam and Kar got up to watch. Not waking up until 1145 am it was safe to say I had a good sleep. We all got up and ready and headed out to see all the sights DC had to offer. It was ...
... War Memorial
Arlington Cemetery. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and changing of the guard.
Day 4: Washington's estate - Mount Vernon
My favorite, and AJ's.
I flew home form DC, while the kids went on to another friends' home in Fayetteville, NC.
... Divinyls', "I Touch Myself." (memory jogger: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wv-34w8k GPM )
Realizing which song I picked while standing beside me on stage, Eva snatched my mic (no exaggeration) while screaming "I LOVE THIS SONG!"
We asked one of the two other guys there - it was just the four of us and the operator - to snap a picture of us on stage during another song together you can see.
These two other guys, Matt ...
... city having some colourful, lush gardens. Most people who live in the city are young professionals and housing looks like apartment style because we did not see any large housing blocks. Regular exercise also seems to be the trendy thing in Washington because we saw heaps people running and exercising in the parks and on the streets.
Overall, two full days were enough for us but if you really enjoy museums then you could spend weeks here ...