Residence Inn Alexandria Old Town South at Carlyle
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... dresses of the First Ladies.
On we ploughed to the Aviation and Space museum, by this point we’d been out , in the snow and rain for about eight hours so can’t say it got our full attention but it was nice to see a space shuttle and walk around an old jet liner and play with physics related displays (12).
Needing some vegetables we headed off to Chinatown ( a whole street!) for some noodles and stir fry (pants but cheap) and eventually ...
... of American History which had four levels of amazing artefacts and information. I actually visited it twice and still did not get to see half of what it had to offer. The Crime and Punishment Museum laid out, among other things, the sick and spine tingling ways of serial killers, with Ted Bundy featuring large. Al Capone got plenty of show time as did Elliot Ness, Bonnie and Clyde, and ........ The ...
... br> After lunch it was just a short walk around to the south lawn (main entrance) of the White House. It was now around 7:30 pm and we were getting a little tired having been out in the heat for nearly 10 hours so we walked back to our original departure point before catching another bus back to our hotel. We got back to our room, had a refreshing shower then had dinner at the Hotel Bar watching the replay of the British Open Golf.
... the First Lady has her office with the secret service and the West wing is where the Oval Office is located. After that we were dropped off at the mall at 12.30pm where we were let loose for the afternoon until 5.00pm when we will be picked up again. We went to the Natural Museum part of the Smithsonian, we had some lunch there and split our time between the Museum of Flight and Space. The Museum of Natural History is massive. It had been a long morning, so we headed downstairs ...
... before heading back to check out the Korean War Veterans Memorial which honours those American's who answered the call and gave their lives during the 3 year war against North Korea in the 50's. The Memorial is made up of 19 stainless steel statues depicting a squad on patrol. The statues are set in strips of granite and scrubby juniper bushes depicting the rugged North Korean terrain where the war was fought. This memorial was awesome.
The walk down ...