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... Luther King, Jr. Memorial is the Mall's first memorial to an African-American. It's very impressive and pleasantly set among the famous cherry blossom trees of the Tidal Basin.
A friend recommended the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial. The 7-acre park has four granite open-air rooms, one for each of Roosevelt's terms. Of course, one of my favorite statues is President Roosevelt with his dog Fala. ...
... his most famous “I have a dream speech”.
We stood by the Tidal Basin which is a man-made reservoir that was mainly frozen over. Across the basin we could see the Jefferson Memorial and the Washington Monument. We walked around the outside cautious of the icy surface. We came across the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial and by the entrance I found some friendly squirrels. I was taking some photos when a local guy laughed at me! I justified it by us not having ...
... on looking at all sorts of bits & pieces most of it the real thing , some engineering duplicates owing to the difficulty in bringing back the Hubble telescope for example and others reconstructed from what is left due to various crash landings explosions and assorted mishaps.
there was a bit of time left and to complete the visual overload we walked across the national mall to the Natural history museum. DC is in many ways what imperial Rome ...
... when PLASTICS was the new thing, it was cheaper and could be easily cooked up and can be used for pretty much anything. It found its way into homes all over the world in one-way or the other. No one ever thought of how to dispose off the non-biodegradable waste produced until much later.
From my window on the train or the car I saw the landscape littered with plastic bags, only the white ones stood out, there is ...
... 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 ...