Mt. Vernon Square Bed and Breakfast
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Road tripping across the USA always involves numerous pit stops along the way, especially when John is involved, cowboy hats and giant pizzas, always puts smiles on even the grumpiest faces! We covered 370km on our first day, with a lunch stop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, giving John and I the opportunity to see the 'Liberty Bell'. The Liberty Bell, is an iconic symbol of American independence. Formerly placed in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House ...
... filled with nothing but out of place and bizarre modern art structures. From here our final stop was the American history museum which had some really cool parts. These included the history of American presidents, of which Josh can name in chronological order dating back to 1900, but unfortunately he can't get further back then Tony Blair for English PMs. With a sufficient chunk of Washington squeezed into our three day tour, we headed back to the Hostel ...
... MuseumHalf the Hirschhorn was closed which made for a nice cool interlude- here's something- art works require temperature control for preservation, round 20-21C, so I always require another layer to avoid feeling too cold but what a waste of energy for all the other museums (and buses and trains and not only in USA- noticed same in Thailand) as though energy is free, the planet's resources unending and the human body insensitive to huge abrupt ...
There was quite a large room on the Wright Brothers - their early tests etc, and their first plane . A display featuring NASA space flights, with equipment, lunar lander, lunar rover, equipment used, space suits (some actual - Buzz Aldrin), and Gene Kranz's white vest if you have seen the movie Apollo 13. A walk thru of the Space Lab, 747 cockpits, spacecraft cockpits etc. Steve Fossets capsule in which ...
... following day, Helen, I and this other German girl, Alex headed out to do some more sightseeing. We walked down the length of the Capitol, seeing the Whitehouse, reflection pool and Lincoln memorial. The reflection pool is the one used in Forest Gump where he gives the speech and then you hear the faint shout, 'Forest'. I was excited to get a picture with it. The Lincoln memorial reminded me of that scene in Hercules where he finds the statue of Zeus (again sorry to anyone ...