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... look back at the Washington Monument across the reflection pool featured in the Forrest Gump movie. The size of some of the monuments is overwhelming and so much thought has been put into the war memorials to remember lives lost. Some amazing men have led this country or changed the course of history and have been honoured with monuments erected in their memory. A great way to see this ...
... us what the mouse traps looked like when he was a child, he said when the caught them they'd drown them then let them out, it wasn't a very pleasing story. From the Museum we walked down to Holocaust. If you don't know what the holocaust is, it's a building to remember world war 2 were they killed all of the Jewish people in Germany, it was really sad. We walked through a part called ' Remember the children'. All of ...
... try and find it but I bet some other kid now has a nice new pink hat. We lost several things on the trip and would have lost even more if not for nice people alerting us when things fell out of the stroller.
Visiting the Lincoln Memorial was cool, a fitting memorial to a principled man. The view of the mall from there is great also. We decided to go to the National Aquarium.
We walked by the Vietnam Memorial and ...
... horticultural college, various lookouts etc. another goes to the far end of town, to the factory outlets, cheap hotels and eventually trailer parks. The falls are spectacular, the town is eye opening but in a different way. A Canadian specialty food is poutine: hot chips drowned in gravy and melted cheese - yummy. Note too at night the falls are floodlit with colours. Rainbow bridge is the border -Canada on left, USA on ...
... my face into a prehistoric man! It was so funny although I don't believe in that.
I ate, like every week so far, new types of foods! Lebanese foods look like Mexican foods and American foods because it was chicken wrap with fries, also, I tasted Jamaican food, it was like on my island: rice and red beans with fried plantain with beef and cabbage. And I ate Chinese food, like in Quebec, it the same Chinese food.
In the streets of Washington Dc, we can ...