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On the National Gallery’s lower floor directly beneath the central
entrance hall and rotunda is a nice French restaurant with a great buffet lunch.
I made sure I got a full tummy of bread and cheeses, salads, roast chicken,
grilled vegetables, and French desserts between the two wings of the museum.
Generally speaking, the National Gallery’s east wing covers
a little over two centuries of ...
... plus dijonnaise and Brie) to be the nicest he had ever had! We left there nice and full and drove through Washington to the hotel. In rush hour. This was horrible, the satnav took us in random directions and we had to change lanes so many times it was ridiculous. We had to drive around DuPont Circle, which appeared to be a roundabout with another roundabout inside it! We also had to drive through a tunnel, which appeared to have underground slip roads joining and ...
... various Indian cultures of the Americas including the Inuit people and Central and South America as well as the various North American tribes. It is our last day in DC tomorrow so we will go to Dulles airport to see the Steven Udvar-Hazy air museum. After having very nice weather the time we have been here we have just had a storm tonight. It's supposed to be fine again tomorrow though and staying that way for another couple of ...
... corner and that's going to be a big night for us as we have booked a cruise down the Hudson River with fireworks over The Statue of Liberty at midnight - hopefully I will be able to get some good photos although I will have to go out onto the deck of the boat to take them and its going to be -6 during the days so dont know what the midnight temp is going to be, its so damn hard to get your fingers to work when they are like little ice cubes!!! Take care everyone!!!
After Philadelphia we caught the bus to Washington DC (yes we are catching buses to get around the states, all walks of life on board these buses) and DC really surprised us, it exceeded our expectations. The people are not the friendliest but what a beautiful place.
We only had one day in DC so we had to pack everything in, all museums in DC are free so there is heaps to see.
We started with a visit to the United States Capitol. After ...