Towneplace Suites Bowie Town Ctr.
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... br> boy in a suit came to share my bench, we both smiled and nodded. Andy Brown had
just joined as staff in the White House and was an absolutely cute and adorable
company. So we sat for about five minutes, I praised him for what he was doing,
he praised me for what I was doing and both wished each other success and just
like that became friends.
So I had planned that since I was so tired, I'd go home,
rest for a while and then head towards ...
... strong patriotism to the ideals and history of this country.
We were particularly moved by the Vietnam Memorial. It is a simple polished stone monument listing all the names of American soldiers lost and missing in this particular conflict. It was a solemn place, however there was a Vietnam Veteran there who moved amongst the crowd with his walking aid, and pages of paper looking up names of fallen friends. The unexpected emotion of ...
... top but the rest of the building could be viewed. It was quite an impressive building and photographed better during the daylight than last night. Went to both sides of the building. There was a line up to get into the visitor's centre - didn't join the queue.
Walked back down the National Mall and looked at the opening times for the Smithsonian Museum. Will go there tomorrow. Walked to the Smithsonian Castle (Visitor's Centre is there). The gardens at ...
... filled with nothing but out of place and bizarre modern art structures. From here our final stop was the American history museum which had some really cool parts. These included the history of American presidents, of which Josh can name in chronological order dating back to 1900, but unfortunately he can't get further back then Tony Blair for English PMs. With a sufficient chunk of Washington squeezed into our three day tour, we headed back to the Hostel ...
... traffic light then slammed on the brakes, and with my bag on my back did a nice pirouette round the pole I was holding to stop myself from falling. We made our way in to the airport towards the signs for check in, which didn't actually take you to the check in desks for some reason, but we eventually found our way there and got ourselves sorted. After landing in Washington I had to change out of my flying boots I was wearing (to make sure my checked luggage wasn't too heavy) and ...