Towneplace Suites Bowie Town Ctr.
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... rest of it was original. There were many other cool exhibits to go into, like soil and rocks from Mars and the Moon. They had many other exhibits on display but these were the most interesting ones. I enjoyed the other museum better, because I really loved the space shuttle, The Discovery. Next we took the metro to the American history museum. The whole building was huge, but unfortunately half of the displays had not yet ...
... and great care.(No pictures were allowed in the building)
While the White House was a visual treat and instills awe, the War Memorials reach into the heart. The Wall, the Viet Nam Memorial is so hard to grasp even as you view it. The 58,307 names are engraved in letters 1 inch high including Carl’s high school classmate, PFC James Clayton Reed. The Wall seems to go on and on, ...
... Jefferson memorial, a stunning monument to a great man, featuring selected writings around the wall. Beautifully placed on the water and surrounded by cherry blossom trees, a gift of friendship n 1912 to the people of the US from the people of Japan. They bloom in early April so we were a little late.
... of random artefacts such as a collection of hair trimmings of various Presidents, and a miniature Liberty Statue that was sold prior to the construction of the full sized lady in New York to raise funds for its building.
We then continued to walk the mall aiming for the Washington Monument in the centre if the park. The stone obelisk is halfway between the Lincoln Memorial and Capitol Hill, and from the top you can see all around DC. Usually you have to book ...
... and clearly moving for a lot of the people in the crowd. We visited three Smithsonian Museums: Space and Flight, the Natural and the American History; all of which are completely free to enter. I think our favourite was the American History museum particularly the wings dedicated to America's war involvements both domestic and foreign. The only down side was that we attempted to squeeze just a little too much into ...