Morrison-Clark Historic Inn
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... I'm sad that I will miss it!
We arrived at the Chiang Mai airport and spent a long time waiting in line to check in. I started to get a little nervous when I only had an hour left before the departure of my flight. Thankfully, I made it just fine, partly because the international terminal is small.
From there, I flew on to Hong Kong. I didn’t realize how tired I was, but I slept almost the entire first flight. ...
... planned out city, with wide roads and big footpaths. Liked it immediately. We walked to the Lincoln memorial and it was a really moving moment, to be in that space. I didn't expect to be moved, as such, but found it really emotional. Beautiful memorial. From there we walked to the Martin Luther King memorial, and again found it to be beautifully done and very moving. The whole memorial is surrounded by quotes from King. ...
... a Doric Temple just like the Temple of Zeus.
The large sculpture of Abraham Lincoln seating on a thrown much like Zeus is also very impressive, but a bit puzzling.
The thing I've noticed was the inscription above the statue. It says, " In this Temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined ...
... out to Georgetown. Very nice Georgian style street, named after King George, home to the oldest catholic university in US ( Georgetown University). Great little town, had pub dinner and Italian dinner too. 2nd day: what better to see the sights by taking a big bus tour. White house, Washington Memorial, Capitol House, Lincoln Memorial, .. The city is full of memorial. At the end, we manage to finish off with Madam Tussaud tour.. At least it's inside.. A ...
... rude... hehehe- Smithsonian (from Covert Affairs!). They have so many museums! OMG! These are just the few we went to:
- Smithsonian Castle: just an information center now
- Air and Space Museum: Wills fave, full of planes, space ships/shuttles, drones, astronaut costumes, Apollo 11 history etc etc (again zzzzzzzz).
- National History Museum: dinosaurs, mammoths, The Hope Diamond (my only fave part) apparently the most famous diamond ...