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... and complicated. They practically had Roy undress on the top. Needless to say, he was not too happy with having to do this. We survived our seven and a half hour flight back to the states and landed at Washington-Dulles Airport at 4:48...we had a layover for six hours before we could board the plane to Columbia. Arrived safely in Columbia at ...
... after. I think that cancels the Body Pump out right.... So, after putting the finishing touches on our work I was dutifully picked up by Dad the chauffeur and took a "ferry" across the Potomac River to Leesburg for birthday dinner with mom. I was actually expecting a more grandiose experience on the ferry being from the Seattle area, but my dreams were dashed by the tiny raft of a ferry. It was kinda cute though. Tomorrow's the day. 14 1/2 hours from Newark to New Dehli. ...
... to take in the city during the Memorial Day weekend. Obviously, visiting these monuments during Memorial Day weekend has a certain amount of special significance to it and we felt privileged to share the area with so many ex and current armed forces members. The monuments in Washington are very impressive to look at as is the amount of museums. Unfortunately we only got chance to go to the Air and Space museum as we were shattered from walking around the monuments ...
... place for Americans and it is pretty much the 'holy grail' for US Military.
It sounds strange to say this about a cemetery but it is quite spectacular - row after row of white headstones and the odd larger memorial. Took the bus tour and stopped off at the Kennedy Memorials (didn't know they lost a couple of kids very young) and up to the tomb of the unknown soldier and the changing of the ...
... br> We then went on to the Museum of Natural History, via the Sculpture Garden. The Natural History Museum concentrated on tracking the earths history and it's creatures and included plenty of skeletons, fossils, and displays. On the 2nd floor was a display dedicated to Titanic Boas. Boa Constrictor fossils found put the snake at 15meters long, about 1 meter wide and 2000 kgs. What does it eat - anything it wants!
From here on the the Museum of American History. ...
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