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... and we will have the pleasure of flying together! I was greatly blessed to receive some traveling tips from her before I left home, but having the same flight as her is without a doubt icing on the cake.
The countdown has started! In less then an hour I will be comfortably sitting in my set heading to the beautiful European countries!
This is only the ...
... and had a look around. In the front entry was the urn of British scientist James Smithson who died in 1829. After his death he left is fortune to his nephew who remained childless so the money was given to America is found the Smithsonian institute. All the museums are free to visit. The Air and Space museum was out first stop. There is a lot to see and not enough time in our day. This museum was pretty cool, there are lots of planes and space crafts on display in ...
The Plan - US Capitol and National Archives What really happened - We are all really settled into Washington. Owen is still preferring Seattle as a place to live, but I must admit Washington is my kind of town ( though not as great as Chicago!) We get up early to see the Library of Congress before our scheduled tour of the US Capitol ( the equivalent of our Houses of Parliament). The library is a spectacular building with a fantastic lobby, ...
... toxic chapstick out of my pocket, so they had to pad me down for further rogue cosmetics (Me – 3, Airport – 1). After leaving security, I headed to Gate A, which is awesome because Gate A is where the Fuddruckers is and I haven’t had Fuddruckers since the last time I flew. On my way I had to help guide a very nice Mexican lady whose little girl was translating for her the directions to their gate. The ironic thing was that first the lady ...
My meetings finished up early today so I took the opportunity to go to Arlington National Cemetery. I had passed by many, many times, but never stopped.
Coming up out of the Metro stop, one is facing the Women's Memorial about a half mile in the distance. Just short of the memorial is the entry to the visitors center. I stopped there first to pick up a map and get myself oriented.
Leaving the visitor center I decided ...
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