W Washington DC
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... at the Lincoln memorial and had a look at the big statue of Abraham Lincoln also had a look over the reflecting pool out of Forrest Gump. It was pretty amazing being there. Then we walked back up to the yellow bus stop and made our way back to the hotel got back at about 5:00pm and we just chilled around our room until about 7:45pm when we went to the hotel restaurant and had dinner. I had pork chops and Leish had the salad ...
Thankfully I had already packed my bags yesterday, so I only had to wake up a little early to take a shower and be ready for my goodbyes at 8am. Several of the buddies came up to Kasalong to say goodbye to me, including my own buddies. They showed Thai generosity again by giving me gifts before I left (thankfully I still had room!!). I loved the golden accessory set for Thai traditional clothing, the t-shirts, a scarf, a nurse-graduate ...
... pizza. I assumed the sauce was chocolate sauce. I was happily eating said chocolate sauce, yummy!! Beautiful, warm, milk chocolate sauce. Delicious.
The waitress came to see what we thought of the dessert and Tom asked what the sauce was. Turns out it was a balsamic sauce. I HATE balsamic. Loathe.
Tried the 'chocolate' (beautiful) sauce again and it tasted like gross, vinegary balsamic and it left a bad taste in my mouth. Bizarre experience.
... After some chatting and a little more football on the box, I crashed and don't remember my head hitting the pillow. The next morning we made our way back to DC after some brekky with the family and that night, Ben and Gretchen took me out to a local Thai spot. They have a collection of around 40 awesome pubs, restaurants, delicantecents, beer gardens, and coffee shops along a strip which runs about 800 meters from their doorstep. DC really is a class act! A massive thanks and plenty ...
... very close to it unfortunately so it just has to be admired from a distance. Next was the Lincoln memorial which is very impressive. There was a great deal of marble and granite making up the temple like housing and the massive statue of President Lincoln seated on his chair. The memorial is directly in front of the reflection pond which is only a few inches deep, and we walked the length of the pond which ends at the world war 2 memorial. This consists of two large bronzes ...