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... we passed by the Supreme Court, and Union Station. We also saw a newscast that was set up in front of the capitol, perhaps reporting about the election results.
In the Library of Congress, we perused through a few exhibits as well look down upon the reading room. The highlight was to view Thomas Jefferson's Library. Jefferson had sold his large collection of books to the library after a fire destroyed many of the books. A ...
... looking. Before you get to it though there are a few other memorials that stand in front of it. We walk about reading the placards of what they represent. There are water fountains for water fountains, the American flag hangs over everything you touch as if saying "it's American, don't even think about it'. We head to the reflecting pool and stand in awe of the sheer length of it and the reflection of the Lincoln statue in its waters. Although there are a lot of ...
... York (New Jersey, actually, as that's where I stayed ... Jersey City) was somewhat of a hike ... the trains don't carry luggage, so that was out ... buses are difficult to get to and, unless things have changed, the DC Bus station is in the middle of nowhere ... and flying is overkill. So I hired a car for a one way trip ... and it cost only slightly more than it would have to fly.
It also allowed me to hit the LL Bean ...
... new to me as was Arman, French born American,and Max Ernst (also just like his paintings)
So then finally to the American Art Museum. This Smithsonian is in an old beautiful building and was the only museum we entered without having bags checked. Ralph Fasanella: Lest We Forget.Ralph Fasanella celebrated the common man and tackled complex issues of postwar America in colorful, socially-minded paintings. Fasanella was born in the Bronx and grew up in ...
Sleep in yeah woke at 10.20 am which was much needed as we are all sneezing due to the cold and wind . Decided we needed a rest so booked an afternoon nth side tour with Grey Line Tours ,caught up on our emails and blogs and Facebook then headed downstairs for Lunch at a bagel cafe wher I had a Cesar salad and mixed berry smoothie which was very very nice just strange in such a cold climate . Tour picked us up at 1.30 from hotel and transferred to ...