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... at Capitol Hill we traveled down the national mall to the Smithsonian Castle. We stopped at the Washington monument, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Franklin Roosevelt Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, 3 Soldiers and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Albert Einstein Memorial which is placed in front of the National Academy of Sciences, National World War 2 memorial in front of the Lincoln Memorial Reflection Pool. Following this, ...
... s all good.
Arrived at my little basement apartment at 58 Q St NW, Washington DC around 3:45pm and was met by Jodie (Justin's sister-in-law) who was very welcoming, offered me a cold drink and said that I should call Justin about parking my bike in the locked area at the back. Jodie showed me Justin's new Ducati that he just bought. Apparently his last bike was 'lifted' (literally) off the street in front of the house about 2 years ago. ...
... app and we followed the map for directions to lead us to one. Like the previous day, we went a bit awol and got a tad lost, this time around Union Station. We decided to go and pick up our bus tickets since we were in the area and scout out where we would have to go in the morning. As you all are fully aware of, we are not morning people, so preparation was a wise decision. Lucky we did as there was a queue and we would not be able to handle that at 7.30 in the morning. We ...
... were 19 stainless steel soldiers in patrol formation and you see their reflection off the wall. This makes 38 soldiers all together which represents the 38th Parallel where the border of North and South Korea sits. So much thought had gone into it and it looked pretty good.
We jumped back onto the bus and headed over towards Arlington Cemetery. It was really really hot by now as we walked the paths towards John F. Kennedy's grave site. We checked that out for a little bit and ...
... are breath-taking.
Some exhibit highlights are one of the rare copies of the Guttenburg Bible from the early 1500s, the first bible ever printed with a printing press; there is also a copy of a hand scribed bible from he same century. Other highlights include Thomas Jeffeson's personal library, and a 12 panel block printed map from 1507 that is the first to attempt a 'round' world and include some version of the America's. It is believed to be the ...