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... a circuit on the Orange line bus (which goes around the National Mall and the majority of the monuments) to check everything out and listen to the excellent commentary from the driver. We then jumped on the Green line bust that went out to the National Cathedral (6th largest in the world), down Embassy row and back through Georgetown and the White House into the centre of downtown. Australia's ambassador's residence is awesome, one of the best in DC apparently. ...
... They, and over tens of thousands of people, transformed the High Line into a one of a kind park. And it is magnificent! Every little area is unique. You can hear people chatting with one another. There is greenery and living things all around and throughout. There are no cars or bikes or rollerblades allowed. It is quiet. The views are amazing. There are small intimate human scale food areas and tiny pop up shops here and there. The design features are just ...
The Catholic University of America is located in the
northeastern part of Washington, DC. The name makes it sound like it’s the
center of the Vatican in America, but the reality is that there are hundreds of
Roman Catholic institutions of higher education across the country. I hadn’t
been there before and it wasn’t of much interest to me until I read somewhere that
The Basilica of ...
... of lovely animals and got some great pictures. Got home about 2pm ... We were both exhausted and spent the rest of the day in the apartment. The heat is taking it out of both of us, Caught the red metro train at Farragut North Metro Station and got off at Cleveland Park. Has to walk about .5 kms to the Zoo downhill. When we left we walked downhill again to Woodley Park Metro to catch the train ...
... dark and getting harder to take pictures. Also i noticed that on this tour that there was a lot of tour buses in Washington DC. Our last stop on the monument tour was at the Lincoln memorial. Here we had to walk up to the monument. We got a bit of time to go inside and take pictures, then i came down the stairs and tried to take pictures of the Washington monument lit up, but it was hard, but i got there in the end. Then it was back to the coach, did a bit more of ...