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... hotter and hotter but we perceived. Our next stop was the Declaration of Independence Monument which was on an island which shows all signatures of those who signed the original declaration. Afterwords we walked onto the Vietnam War memorials, the first one was the women's memorial and then onto the mens which was a reflective wall listing all those who died. We then walked onto the Lincoln Memorial - this was a massive monument which looked over the reflecting ...
... 25 memorials, monuments and markers. He took us through the timeline for the WWII Memorial, one of the newer ones and one that we would visit later that day. It was amazing how much time and planning, creativity, and patience goes into establishing a national memorial or monument. For example, the WW II Memorial was authorized by Congress in 1993, begun in 2001 and dedicated in ...
... I had a beautiful stout which had been matured in old Woodford Reserve Bourbon barrels. Got me a nice salad for an entree and a salmon fillet for the main. Relatively healthy by US standards so I was happy.
I jumped on the bike and headed back to the apartment, happy with what I had accomplished during the day. I was now back on track and only had the Arlington National Cemetery to tick off on my Washington DC to-do list.
Over and out !
... neighbourhood, though middle working class so seems very safe. Our host met us out front, a lovely african man. Gary was so relieved we made it, he was a bit emotional and gave the man a big hug, maybe it was more of a collapse into his arms, either way the man took it very well. We have the cutest little studio appt fully self contained and our hosts live upstairs. The bourbon got a good nudge that night. Today we headed into Washington for the ...
... jumped on to tour the rest of the loop. We went back through the city out towards the old town where the Declaration of Independence was signed at Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell rang out the news. Because we were on the bus, we didn’t get a good look, but I wasn’t so interested anyways.
We journeyed back to the City Hall where there is a square with the famous LOVE sculpture. It was onto our last point of the day at the Benjamin Franklin Science Museum. ...
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