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... there as I was to actually be there, still thinking I was in the wrong place, I ASKED, not told, but asked them if I had a reservation and the reply I got was "good afternoon miss farrington, we been awaiting your arrival, let us take your bags and we shall take you took your room"... In my head I then thought, "BLOODY HELL, there is a man in a suit taking my bag and showing me to my room, i am way to common to be here". I got to my room, it was heaven!! As soon as the door way closed, ...
... Smithsonian Museums. The buildings are huge! Art, history, natural history, etc. We went through the Air and Space Museum, and will look at the American Indian and American History tomorrow. On the way we saw the Capitol Building, the US seat of government. This is not the same as the White House The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States, located at ...
So I slept in today. Good thing too because I walked all of D.C. yesterday.
I started my day at the Library of Congress which is a pretty impressive building even before you see the books. Lots of marble and art work designed to tell Europe that the U.S. could build fancy buildings too. Some of the highlights of the Library of Congress are Thomas Jefferson's original library (minus the ones that burned in a fire) and a Gutenberg Bible. They also ...
... was wet and jammed up with traffic. Unluckily we picked the rainiest days for our three-day road trip to the cradle of American culture. Our first stop - Philadelphia - plays an important role in the history of the nation's founding, but it was too cold to visit all its attractions. For that reason we only stayed a few hours to snack in the Reading Terminal Market - a big market hall with ...
... we leave Washington. Washington was a place that I wasn't thrilled at the idea of coming too but I'm pleased we did. The history that exists here that in one way or another has affected our lives in ways we don't always realise, the people of the past, their actions, suffering and beliefs have changed our thinking and being.
To me we are so much more like American than we wish to admit and that's not a bad thing and there are we ...
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