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Travel Blogs from Washington DC
... tidal basin and we took in all of Washington. It is a political city but we were having a blast. We popped into the FDR memorial to read some of his famous lines on the way to another famous memorial which was the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Jefferson played one of the larger roles as a founding father during the birth of America and his words and ideals have shaped America ever since. Our walking guide only had a few more places left, including the Holocaust memorial museum in which ...
... gave us a nice respite from the Metrorail (subway) – this time to Great Falls National Park, a very small park painted in shades of green and running alongside the Potowmack River, as it was spelled back in the day when George Washington thought it would be a useful water route for transporting goods. Locks and canals were constructed for that use, and remains can still be seen ...
What a week it was! Liam's first National Spelling Bee was a week of excitement, anticipation, nerves, laughs, and exhaustion--and that was just me! I can't imagine all the emotions Liam must have felt as he sat a test with spelling words such as rhythmically, collateral, jibboom, capsaicin, perruche, and tarsorrhaphy. Then he faced vocabulary words such as comestible, gazetteer, lenitive, expatiate, ...
... Castle, with its turrets and cobbled brickwork. It contains the remains of James Smithson, the philanthropist whose legacy instigated these great museums, all reference to the public. We were most impressed with the Museum of American History and learned much about the formation and subsequent development and conflicts of this nation. The Air and Space Museum astounded us with the number of planes, rockets and space capsules contained inside ...
... picked out a dozen to take them home and eat them after dinner. We were still to full from lunch to eat them in store.
On our way out of Georgetown, we strolled through Francis Scott Key Park on accident. This was a little corner park decorated with tulips and a trellis covered in vines. There were a couple of informative kiosks about Francis and a little bust statue of him. Good ol' Frank, just a simple lawyer that went to war and wrote a poem. And now he has a park. And a ...
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