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... for all. The federal government commissioned her statue and placed it there in the National Statutory Hall. After the tour I had lunch at the Capitol restaurant. They had wifi there so sent some emails from there. Then went to the Library of the Congress. Two years ago it was closed, so was pleased I got to see it this time. Beautiful building, lots of marble, columns, paintings. Next door is the High Court. I only had 10 minutes before it closed, so got ...
... around but there was too much to see. In the end i made it to the shop and picked up a few things.
I then left the spy museum after exploring the shop, then walked back to the mall and found the national archives. I joined the long line to get through security and then got inside. There were no pictures allowed here, but there was plenty to look at, including a few important documents. After seeing what i wanted to see i left and walked over to the natural history ...
... me I had sauce everywhere (awkwardly from other tables as I was sitting with Mr. Dehning) my thought was, WHY remove the sauce from my face if I am just going to get more there on the next bite..?
Might as well wait til the end?! They were set loose to peruse the American History museum together and Craig and I explored together.
We are SOOOO incredibly lucky to be on this trip with Mr. Dehning. His knowledge of American history ...
... the Supreme Court (http://www.supremecourt.gov/), the National Aquarium in Baltimore (http://www.aqua.org/), and the JFK Perfoming Arts Center (http://www.kennedy-center.org/index.cf m). We had an invitation to the White House (http://www.whitehouse.gov/), ...
... and it was great seeing them up close, but the rest of it was basically a propaganda-fuelled romp through 238 years of American military history and limey-bashing. I stood for the national anthem, but my right hand stayed firmly off my breast.
Midday on Thursday took us down to the waterfront fish market to enjoy a fresh lunch of whiting, trout, crab cake and chowder, all cooked in front of our eyes. From there I set out to explore the ...