Residence Inn Washington/Dupont Circle
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I had pre-booked tickets months in advance for a Capitol building tour, and unfortunately the tour was at 9:00 am, and we had to be there 45 minutes early. Needless to say Rach wasn't too keen on such an early start, but we all survived! The Capitol tour as interesting - it's an amazing building with some amazing architecture and history. The tour started with a 15-20 minute film followed by a 20 minute guided tour, so was by no means arduous to follow along and ...
... to G.M. and a family member for this opportunity. It was very unique to ask the guard questions about his service.
We then headed back downtown to the Museum of American History. Our next stop was to ride to the top of the Washington Monument for a view of all D. C. It was nice not to have many in our group. We had lunch at the Reagan ...
I hope everyone is enjoying their Saturday! I am enjoying a great day of rest and relaxation. I slept in and ate breakfast at the house before heading out and exploring DuPont Circle. I browsed in some of the shops & stopped in a cafe to work on this. I am loving my time here in DC and never want it to end! I have composed a list of some of the things I am trying to do during my stay ...
... could get a job here one day. Great gap year idea. Working at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum!
Aaron was very excited to see the Vinn Fizz there as he has read an adventure book about it (and somehow I managed not to take a photo of it so we will be back there again tomorrow! Lucky its just down the street).
Some of the exhibits included Early Flight and the Wright Brothers, Jet Aviation, Golden Age of Flight, ...
... actually stumbled across an old small apartment which turned out to be the house that President Abraham Lincoln died in. We were told by a nice person working there that we could go inside if we first got a ticket from the theatre across the road. So we then learnt that this theatre was actually Fords Theatre that has now been turned into a free museum as this was the spot that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in 1865 and the ...