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Travel Blogs from Washington DC
... wild, noisy, brash, loud, quiet, filthy, fantastic, beautiful, smelly, polluted, busy, overwhelming and at times, underwhelming. There were excellent fashion statements and fashion crimes everywhere you looked – We loved that! One super tall skinny fellow was sporting a full length faux fur bright white coat with a huge blood red wide brimmed hat and matching red leather boots. Fabulous! Times Square was quite the experience. You are bombarded non-stop with ...
... found a parking garage and was waiting back at the corner.
As opposed to the old days in the 1960s, when both Jayne and Jens had walked up and down on the staircase, now everyone must take the elevator both ways. The ride to the top took exactly one minute, and the view in all four directions remains breathtaking.
We then went back to the Mustang and drove to the Pentagon to visit the ...
The days are actually very long here which is great, its like day light saving and not getting dark until about 7.30pm. This gives us plenty of daylight to look around, but its also really easy to loose track of time when we have so much we want to do!
Everyone seems to be travelling really well. Aaron occasionally feels like he is still on the plane but we all have plenty of energy to go. Blackys health has been really good and he is ...
... pentagon, which is actually in Arlington, VA. Vlad showed us where the plane hit on 911 and then took us to a revolving bar that gave us amazing views of downtown. We were even greeted by some fireworks over capitol hill, just as a final thank you from D.C
We grabbed one drink and then headed to the national mall again, to see DC at night time. We went back to the white house and the monument, followed by the war memorial. While we were walking down ...
... of the football world cup being a brilliant game which even Abbie got into and consequently peaked her interest to looking forward to the following days game of football. Only for it to be a dire affair, that only ended after two hours of no goals and lots of diving reigniting her strong sentiments of, "I hate football."
- The massive elephant in the lobby of the Natural History Museum.
- The sleeping patterns of our roommates who were in bed by 8.00 ...
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