William Penn House
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... excellent 12 - 13 minute documentaries that run approx every half hour in two theatres and 5 levels of displays (although only level one and five are relatively large).
My photos are random and are just of things that caught my eye.
... caught and some were hanged.
After here we continued to the Capitol building which unfortunately is undergoing restoration along with the National Mall which is supposed to be completed by 2017 when the next president is sworn in. This meant that much of the Capitol dome is covered in scaffolding and when we did the tour inside, the capitol dome itself is also mostly covered up due to the restoration works, so you are unable to see the beautiful ceiling. Even ...
... possibly sleepwalking) Chinese man getting up, packing his bag, getting dressed then falling asleep in his clothes...repeated almost on loop between 4 and 5 am, ending with him bags packed, clothes and asleep sat up.
After mastering the art of getting dressed and actually leaving on our first attempt, we headed back to the National Mall and the Washington Monument in the hope of getting tickets however ...
... that i liked the look of.
After getting lunch i ate it on my walk to the international spy museum. I also walked via the navy memorial, so i had a look at that. I got to the spy museum and entered with my pre purchased viator ticket that i bought before i left. The spy museum had lots to see and lots of information from spys in Washington's army to Victorian Spys to ww2 and cold war stuff. There was a whole area on James bond including all the villains. I had a ...
... us in for a cup of tea, but was left disappointed.
Next stop was The Elipse. Normally you can see it for miles around but ,again, it’s white and non too visible in the snow. On finding our way across we found it was covered in part by scaffolding. Still not impressed yet.
So we made our way to the war memorials. Now here’s where the good points stack up. The memorials are stunning and moving and do an excellent job of provoking thought and ...