The Mansion on O Street
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... segway I could just hear Wills chuckling behind me, he seemed to find it very entertaining to be zipping around Washington on a segway.
On our last evening we looked at all the sites at night (Wills had to see what the White House looked like in ...
... headed for the most important graves including JFK, his wife Jackie and their 2 children that died young. Surrounding the site is some of JFKs great speeches engraved panels overlooking the city. Next to their plot under a small white cross was his brother Bobby Kennedy, senator and potential president who was also assassinated and one of the great speech writers and givers. Parts of his speech on the meaningless of violence are engraved on tablets near his grave if you ...
The view of the Capital building was marred by scaffolding as they undertake a major restoration programme commenced in 2014 and due for completion in 2017. The Statue of Freedom can be seen peeking out above the scaffolds.
We jumped out ...
... silence, the two older girls looking reflective or Mum and Dad giving daggers but all four were respectful, interested, mindful and acutely aware of the significance of where they were. The Cemetery itself has an intriguing history dating back to the Civil War and also includes the Kennedy Graves ( Joseph, John, Bobby and Ted in addition to Jackie Onassis and her infant children), the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and a trove of other notable graves. But it is the ...
... took us to waiting spot where I stayed with bags (as usual) while girls went to National Postal Museum, apparently it was really good according to Emma...very excited cause she was able to send her postcard to Charlie. Well they arrived back at agreed time and you guessed it immediately took aim for the H&M shop! Our train, service 94 to Penn Street Station departs at 14:0pm so we have just 63 minutes ...