Mt. Vernon Square Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Washington DC
... 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 in ...
... Fairfield Porter, Romare Bearden, Alex Katz, Marisol Escobar, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Sylvia Sleigh, Joan Semmel, Alice Neel, Andy Warhol, and Jamie Wyeth.My personal favorites some highlights were by Elaine de Kooning, Madison Escobar, Larry Rivers, Red Grooms whacky wonderful exuberant indescribable 3D construction of a group of his friends in his home drinking and dancing eating round a table, books on bookshelves, all the tiny details as ...
We were lucky enough to spend 3 nights here. Our last night being tonight where we are having a t-shirt singing final night before we all part ways in NYC tomorrow. Our first evening in Washington we had an included pizza and salad dinner before heading out on a guided tour of DC. We visited the Capital building and got some pictures. It was onto the Jefferson Memorial along with every other tour bus and about 300 proms students! Another amazing place to see though. Then ...
... very, very tiny. Unfortunately, they were so small that they ended up becoming prey for Komodo dragons and other large predators.
Like I said, truly fascinating, yeah?
I wandered through the pre-human exhibits for longer than I spent in any other exhibit. It was
really enjoyable. It did eventually come to an end though, so I then made my way to the underwater exhibit. I was also interested in this to some extent, but much ...
... we stumbled across Police on Harley's giving people rides, missed out on getting one but enjoyed watching. Visited the National Gallery of Art. There was a really good posthumous photo exhibition by Garry Winogrand which we spent a lot of time viewing. My favourite painting was Lavender Mist by Jackson Pollock. Could've spent hours staring at it. We also visited the National Museum of American History which was awesome. There was a great exhibition about the March on Washington ...
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