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... of Cards” and kept quoting Kevin Spacey and doing his signature knock with his knuckles) so after a spot of lunch walked (or ran as we were late) “up the hill”. The tour itself was short, sweet and incredibly interesting. Each of the 50 states were asked to donate two statues to be placed in the Capitol and as we looked around could see many of these. It’s very interesting to see the different influences and art from ...
... underworked guards-to get through the complex. It is a huge place, with only the tower, at one corner, open. Signs announce that the shops and restaurants are closed, which is a little disingenuous, these places haven't seen action in a while. At some point they've tried to turn the ground floor into a destination, with the tower a bonus, but it hasn't worked. The layout probably doesn't help, with only the ground floor covering the whole surface area, all the other floors look ...
... Vietnam War memorial, where there are 58000 USA men's names engraved in a wall, either dead or missing in action. Only 8 women lost there lives. An amazing tribute.
We met Lisa for lunch at the Daughters of the Revolution museum, another spectacular building, with lots of room displays of a bygone past. Also some pretty amazing old quilts, from the early 1800s on display. Wait for the photos. Also to the adjoining Children of the revolution display.
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... annoyance the National Space and Air Museum was unbelievable. They had the originals of so many things, the Wright Brs (1903) fligher, Apollo 11 Command Module, V1 rocket, Buz Aldrin's spacesuit, a moon rock, Tomahawk Missile, IBCM missile and an X15 rocket ship. There were replicas of the Apollo landing craft, Moon Rover, the Hubble telescope and Skylab.
After a couple of hours of battling the crowds we moved onto ...
... because of the owner after Jefferson who kept everything exactly as he had it. Very lucky!
The tour took an hour. Well worth it, as I say. Then we were free to roam the grounds. While many took the garden tour, I walked the roughly quarter mile to the Monticello Graveyard. That's a story in and of itself. Jefferson and a young friend loved the spot so much they decided they both wanted to be buried on that spot. Jefferson buried ...