The Westin Crystal City
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I am here! I am here! I can't believe I am in Washington DC. This is definitely the real deal! There was so many people at the White House Tour and is definitely a must see. I think I was the only Australian. The tour was awesome and I felt like i was in a movie. I loved the Oval Office, the place of action. It is so unique and the art work ...
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... visit across two days. Next stop, The Natural History Museum. This place doesn't even come close to the Natural History Museum in London. Although the layout and information is decent, they don't have the collections we do back home. They don't even have any dinosaurs!! What kind of Natural History Museum doesn't have dinosaurs?! After the second museum Nathan and I were exhausted and decided to head back to the National Monument, where we ...
... Einstein Memorial Park, The Smithsonian Institute, Capital
Building the Pentagon and heaps of other places. Geoff wanted to visit the Space Centre, but we
run out of time.
Most of these places we had seen
in movies and it was a bit different seeing them for real. We were asked not to
take photos of the Pentagon, a bit odd, but we were told that they would take
our camera if we did.
... political paintings, captivated us both. For lovers of naive painting as I am, take a look online.
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