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... was a theatre performance (she has definitely missed her calling), it was great but also a little bizarre with all these tourists around while this lady is giving Wade and I this full on theatrical performance on Abraham Lincoln's life. It was definitely an experience.
Washington DC was definitely a little chillier than anywhere else we had been and it was so cold that we couldn’t even talk properly so when a reporter asked us a few questions for an interview ...
... 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 ...
... Avenue connecting the Capitol and the White House, and go in varying diagonal directions, breaking up the monotonous grid of numbered and lettered streets. As in Paris this layout creates sweeping vistas and an interesting but orderly whole.
Also like many European cities there are no modern skyscrapers in Washington other than tall monuments like the Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol, Old Post Office Building tower, National Cathedral, and Catholic Basilica of ...
My next stop on my Northwest DC march was Dumbarton Oaks, a large mansion in Georgetown that was the home of the Bliss family in the early 20th century. The mansion is not currently open to the public, but the 54 acre garden that surrounds it, designed by Beatrix Ferrand, is open to the public and has made National Geographic's list of the top 10 gardens to see in world. Dumbarton is unique for having numerous small "garden ...
Today was another fun filled day! We were up at 4 and out the door by 5 in Baltimore. We caught another Amtrak to Washington D.C. and were here by 7 this morning! We went to drop our bag off at the hotel but they said they had empty rooms and we could already check in! Then the real adventure started. Our hotel is about a mile away from the National Mall and we decided to walk there. On the way we stopped to take pictures ...