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... DC that evening, so we head back to the metro and 6 stops away find ourselves bang in the middle of a large street event. The main streets are fenced off and many people/ families are queuing to get into this big fun event that has many different stalls and such like. We head away from it all and follow the signs for the White House. I'm excited, the only thing running through my head is a song by P!NK. as we get closer there is a small crowd gathered, camera flashes ...
... and put it in our carry on and recheck our bags. So we had to open our suitcases and decide what we needed. Luckily I had a ziplock bag to put toothpaste and deodorant in. So we rechecked our bags, walked through customs, and found Gate C20 with a very long line of people waiting for hotel and meal information. It didn’t appear that the line was moving quickly, so Derek and I sat down to wait. Larry got in line. Derek started ...
... Grant (who claimed to have Obama on speed dial) we could not get into the White House, nor have the promised tea. Haha.
If this wasn't enough, we ended the day with a look at Martin Luther King memorial and the Lincoln memorial. We sat on the steps of the latter and looked over the Reflection Pool to the Obelisk on the other side (think Forest Gump) and mused at how many historical events occurred right in front of us.
Brilliant day all around!
... named Joseph, who somehow found his way through hectic and at times, chaotic traffic.
We started at the Capitol, with a close up look at the Library of Congress, just magnificent, and a must see for any visitor. Wonderful architecture but the the inside is as ornate as anything we have seen in Europe or elsewhere. Then we went into the Supreme Court, rather large, apparently as a demonstration of America's superiority to all others! Then to the Congress building, the Capitol, ...
... the socialists" ~ Martin Niemöller First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out-- Because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out-- Because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out-- Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me. We next headed to the natural history museum, which had exhibits ...