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... We did the obligatory swapping of cameras with another couple so we could have one of the rarest of treasures, a photo with both of us at further than arm’s length! Just along from the White House was an entrance to the Executive Office building, guarded by the Secret Service. How could we tell? The vigilant-looking chap with visible handgun and earpiece, and to top off the ensemble, a bullet proof vest with SECRET SERVICE in ...
I know we've been back for over three months, but I still think it’s fitting to do some sort of final month and trip wrap-up, since we hit the ground running back in August and didn’t have time for a while.
First of all, some thoughts about July. The two most popular tourist cities in Peru are Arequipa and Cuzco, and we visited both of them. In some ways, they’re similar, they both have giant plazas, big cathedrals, colonial buildings, and are ...
... br> murals to dazzle the believers. The basilica has two levels, a lower level with
shrines and a crypt church and an upper church with a massively long and tall
nave. Both levels have numerous side chapels dedicated to Mary in all her
appearances to believers and all the miracles she has performed around the
world – Mexico, Philippines, Vietnam, and all over Eastern Europe and the
Middle East ...
Day 3 -Air & Space & Hirshhorn Museums and American Art & Portrait Gallery Another scorcher! but Smithsonian's and cosmology beckon.
Although having a bit of a look round Air & Space Museum (Jonny enjoyed the old planes suspended from ceilings and I entered a space capsule for 30 secs & also some great footage from the surface of Mars with its mountains and the largest canyon in the known universe and it's dust funnels popping ...
... I am being diligent about it. We went to lunch at a little strip mall. Mr. Dehning and I were those awkward people who walk through the drive through ATM to get money out for the students. Their options seemed endless! Chinese, Italian Deli, Indian, Chinese, a Roy Rogers, and so much more! Almost all the kids chose to go to Subway, Dunkin’ Doughnuts, and Starbucks! Creature comforts? I guess so.. I went to the Indian restaurant. I was the only person in ...