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Decided to go to the National Museum of American History. Looks like rain. By the way, Bus shelter 52 lady is still there talking to herself.
Spent the whole day at this museum. Very very good. These US *******s have packed a lot in in their time. Quite aggressive as they seem to have fought at 16 wars since independence. Very very busy in the museum.
... of heavy traffic and parked directly behind us in a No Stopping zone. Someone got out of the passenger seat, staring straight at our car, and into the rear vision mirror at Darren. They were on a mobile phone, holding on top their open passenger door, just staring whilst they talked, so Darren quickly merged back into a small gap in the fast flowing traffic and left them behind. Was probably a coincidence, but the spy museum actually made us quite conscious of events around ...
... and feed Micah. After lunch we walk up to the White House and manage to stand right by the gates to get our pictures taken. Over the last couple of weeks viewing was from across the road and not at the gates so we were lucky. We the take the long walk around all the memorials.
First up past the Washington tower thingy, which was covered in scaffolding due to the earthquake a couple of years ago, then onto the World War 2 memorial, past ...
... collection! We went for a quick burrito while waiting for sunset, and then headed back to the Lincoln Memorial to get some nice night time shots of the Washington Memorial and reflecting pool. We have had a brilliant time in Washington, the buildings are all so beautiful, but must admit we are feeling a little tired after managing without taking the metro even once over the past three ...
... br> will hear from soldiers who served on both sides of the 1948 War of
This is a dual narrative tour, run by a unique tour company called MEJDI
(Middle East Justice and Development Initiative). The company’s
founders work at the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict
Resolution, at George Mason University in Virginia, which is dedicated
to promoting peace and understanding in the Middle East. ...