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Today was mainly an all museum day. Mum Dad and I travelled on the metro to go to the Newseum (news museum). It was way bigger than we thought it would be. You went downstairs to look at the first showcase of displays. In the first exhibit they had brought along six pieces of the Berlin Wall. It was so amazing to actually see a bit of the wall that had separated East Berlin and West Berlin. They also had the watchtower on display, that the guards would use to kill or imprison someone ...
... that is 169 metres high. I was hoping to be able to go up but all the tickets had been allocated for the day. I was disappointed but then a very kind lady said go over to the man in blue who was in the queue. He had a spare ticket which he gave me and I was able to join the queue and very soon was right up at the top. It was amazing to see most of Washington from each side and I felt so blessed to have had that opportunity. Phillip was patiently waiting for me at the ...
... there are over 100 cherry blossoms trees around this place! The spectacle was fabulous! Another day, we went close to the Washington Memorial to took some professional pictures because it is the passion of a friend. I was as a model in front of the camera. It was a really good and funny time.
This weekend was special because of the Global Citizen Earth Day. This event was ...
... All the statues in the city with a horse face or point to the white house except for the one at the white house that faces out to the city. Just past the Army-Navy club we saw a "Spread the love" jazz band on the side walk playing music at 930AM. We saw the Mayflower Hotel. We past St. Matthew Cathedral where John Kennedy’s funeral was held. We saw the Blair Lee house where the dignitaries visiting the present stay. The Prime Minster ...
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We walked back on the capitol pathway that led us to the White House (or at least as close as mere tourists can get to the White House) and stopped for lunch in a café called Cosi. We had been wondering where the FBI building was so whilst in the café I looked it up. It was next door! Literally across the road from us. So Hayley and I did a quick recon but alas Fox Mulder was nowhere to be found so we continued on our Mall walk east of ...