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... want to see them in the powdery, white snow! So, I bundled up and took the metro to the national mall where I was greeted with a picture perfect view of the Washington monument. I, then, decided to go to my favorite Smithsonian, the Smithsonian of American History, and check out the Julia Child exhibit. It was very interesting, and I recommend it to anyone interested in cooking!
I did not want ...
... train station. It's really cold here & we're expecting cold weather everywhere for the rest of our visit.....Wishing I had those gloves. Got gumbo for dinner from a Cajun restaurant up the road which was sensational....am vowing to make soup more next winter. Immersed ourselves in some American pop culture tonight by watching 'Kourtney & Khloe take the Hamptons'. Fray was appalled. It is appalling & Kim Kardashian's naked magazine cover was released today so we've ...
This morning I went for a walk with Becca and Wally through some of the neighbouring streets. We walked past some beautiful homes and one mega monster that is still under construction, rumoured to be costing about $20m. Some time was spent re-packing our bags and relaxing in the backyard before Tom dropped us at the station. This morning we saw gophers as well as squirrels in the garden. Both look pretty cute but they are ...
... there which beautiful white gravestones, we also got the chance to watch the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldiers! This is such a great thing to watch and to see how committed they are to this and how much it means to them!
The next day a small group of us who had become friends (jess,ella,claire,zac,mark) decided to go explore this fantastic city, starting off with the zoo!. however the first port of call for me and Zac, being the ...
... On the last day the confederate army marched on the union soldiers with enough numbers to form a line a mile wide (13 000 men)! And yet the Union we able to hold them off in a turning point of the war. We finished the day with a visit to the Soldiers National Cemetery. Land was purchased on Cemetery Hill specially for the soldiers that lost their lives during Gettysburg. It's a beautiful area where ...