The Mansion on O Street
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... monuments at dusk was great as well. Sophie and Baillie had suggested that we visit the Newseum, so we obediently took ourselves off to view what was on offer. We were there for two hours and had to go back the next day to see more! Anyone going to Washington should put this place on their must do list.
We went to Arlington cemetery again, this time with the Sharpe’s after a lovely brunch in Georgetown…. Where I got a couple of shopping tips ...
... a short way through Pennsylvania then crossed briefly into Delaware then into Maryland which includes all the outskirts of the city of Washington DC. It is always interesting to note the variation in the price of petrol (or gas as the American's call it) between States. Apparently this is because of local state taxes. Like in Australia and New Zealand, very few of the gas stations provide service, although in some states it is law that service is provided. When it is ...
... we didn't want to pay $3 so why would she think we would pay $5???
Jody refused to take the ice-cream from her and the lady realising she was now stuck with an ice-cream nobody wanted, relented and gave it to us for $3. Nice one Jody!
Next stop was the George Washington Memorial which being quite a way away meant we had lots of photo opportunities on the way. The GWM being very tall, offered a lot of shade from the heat when we got there. It was ...
... was very disappointing as there was so much I wanted to see, but it just reminded us that we needed to come back here again and spend the time.
There was no way Janene was walking all the way back to Union Station without me carrying her so we headed for the Metro subway station. We jumped on the Green Line train for two stops and switched to the Red Line train for 2 stops and that brought us back to Union Station.
We hadn't eaten lunch so we grabbed a few drinks and a ...
... regular basis), "squalid" (extremely dirty and unpleasant, especially as a result of poverty or neglect), and more. We have three teachers who are really good. Each course is different, some time we play, we discuss... I have a lot of fun with them.
With my news friends we try to do different activities often after school, like this week, we visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum that tells the story of the murder ...