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A Travel Blog by nousdefions
... VA. They had free shuttle service to the D.C. Metro station which was very convenient. Visited the Washington Memorial, WW II Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, The Wall, Lincoln Memorial, International Spy Museum, and the Hard Rock Cafe Washington D.C.
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A Travel Blog entry by sarahelbadawy from Seven Corners, Virginia, United States
... Potomac. We stopped to take some photos, as we were sad we had missed the Cherry Blossom festival today! So pretty! The Lincoln Memorial was very busy but definitely worth it! We climbed the steps and from there we saw the Reflecting Pools, Washington ...
A Travel Blog entry by thesullivans from Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
... views of Washington DC. We then continued past the National World War II Memorial to the Reflecting Pool before reaching the Lincoln Memorial. What a massive building. The statue of Lincoln (made from marble, 19 feet tall by 19 feet ...
A Travel Blog entry by newyorklibby from Washington, District of Columbia, United States
... White House, but they are not running tours at the moment. After we went to the Museum of Natural History we walked to the Lincoln Memorial which seemed soooooo far away. (You sure have to walk a lot to get around Washington!!). As soon as we got there ...
A Travel Blog entry by jetsettermike from Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
... States, and I'm so grateful that I have a job that allows me to do this. One of the first places I have visited was the Lincoln Memorial. This monument is so inspiring and breath taking. I'm a big fan of Greek Architecture, so it was cool to see this ...
A Travel Blog entry by thefreerfamily from Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
... book tickets as we are planning on taking the train from Washington to Charlotte tomorrow. We then moved on to the Abraham Lincoln memorial. There we saw the statue, which was massive, and saw the pool of reflection outside the memorial. We decided there ...
A Travel Blog entry by boomerangs from Washington, District of Columbia, United States
... the kids split and walked around there for 1.5 hours, we met back up and then had lunch...subway. From the we walked up to the Lincoln memorial, had many photos and looked around. Lots to do. When our coach " found us" (don't ask)...we headed off to the ...
A Travel Blog entry by nahury1 from Hamburgh (historical), Washington, D.C., United States
The Lincoln Memorial. A pretty impressive ...
A Travel Blog entry by bryonandlucinda from Port Lincoln, South Australia, Australia
... there are separate wharves for each type fishing boat. The lineup of prawn boats was particularly impressive. Also there is a memorial to Port Lincoln fishermen lost at sea and who have never been recovered. It is an impressive stone sculpture. But now ...
A Travel Blog entry by tony_eraine from Port Lincoln, South Australia, Australia
... from SA ... about 100 singers all up. On Sunday morning we gathered to sing for the 100 years of Anzac at the local memorial. Unfortunately the weather was not kind and were forced indoors. We had planned to move out the next day and head for Coffin Bay ...
A Travel Blog entry by butch.christine from Port Lincoln, South Australia, Australia
... carry 60 tonnes of grain and the ships take 300,000 tonnes to fill. We had a look around the PL Marina which has a memorial to the fishermen who have never returned from sea which was made by some special person?? Had dinner at the Marina hotel on Sunday ...
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23rd St NW, btwn Constitution & Independence Aves, Directly west of the Mall in Potomac Park, Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States9745 reviews
The majesty of Daniel Chester French's 19-foot high statue of Lincoln is complemented by Jules Guernin's 60-foot high murals depicting the Angel of Truth on one side and Fraternity and Charity on another.