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Judiciary Square

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  • Day1352

    USA Tour - Washington

    November 24, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 4 °C

    Much more relaxed day today, woke up at 10am to watch the Liverpool v Watford game (we won 3-0) after that I went to check out some museums - the African American history museum and the American history museum. Both are well worth a visit and they’re both huuuuge! But the time I had done those 2 it was almost 5pm at which time most of the museums close so I decided to go get a drink by the capital one arena as I had NBA tickets for the Washington Wizards later on. Came across an Irish bar by the stadium. It was shit but it was better than nothing and after a 25 minute walk in the pouring rain anything was better than nothing. Had a few beers then went over to the area to watch my first NBA game.

    Verdict; it’s not for me

    From being charged almost $15 for a beer to $15 for a hot dog and some fries to watching a game which stopped every few minutes the overall experience just wasn’t for me. The game didn’t get good till the final 2 quarters and even then it was pedestrian at best in terms of pace of the game. However I would recommend it if you’re ever in the states, it’s a different experience from any football or rugby game I’ve ever been to.
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  • Day4

    Washington

    April 19, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 27 °C

    🔹W A S H I N G T O N🔹 ... Zeigte sich uns super heiß☀️ wir hatten tolles Wetter und haben einen tollen Tag gehabt ...abends waren wir in Arlington lecker essen🍔🍹🍺

    ➖Lisa: leichte Bauchschnerzen am abend bekommen➖

  • Day4

    Washington

    August 14, 2015 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    I spent a whole year in this wonderful city and I found my second home here. It's a beautiful place with great people and there is always something going on. I'm in love with D.C.

  • Day3

    Holocaust Museum and Dinner

    July 3, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    To get in, you have to reserve times tickets and for good reason. The Holocaust Museum was incredibly busy. We lined up and took the elevator up to the top floor where the exhibit began. I’m not sure how to describe it. The museum was very comprehensive and gave a thorough picture of Hitler’s rise to power and the “final solution.” I didn’t take any pictures because it seemed like the last thing you should be doing, and I was brought to tears many times in the two hours we spent in the exhibit. There were cobblestones from the Warsaw ghetto, a cattle car, replica barracks, and so many stories. The pile of shoes was heartbreaking, but so were the pictures of people whose towns had been wiped out when they were all exterminated. It’s probably something I can’t describe, but everyone should go and witness.

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    Heavy hearted, we left at closing time and walked towards our dinner reservation. A little early, we popped into Pret a Manger for a quick drink and cool down, and then carried on to China Chilcano, which is a Jose Andres restaurant.

    We were lucky to have a reservation because this place was packed! The concept is Asian and Peruvian, and we picked this day to try it out because they have half priced dim sum on Tuesdays! We had pork dumplings, shrimp dumplings, cilantro/veggie dumplings, pork wontons, and then two Peruvian dishes. One was a fish soup with fish collar, mushrooms, and rice, and the other was a chicken stew with cheese, pecans, and a rich chicken in sauce with rice. Brad and I sipped on Chilcanos which were basically a lighter version of the pisco sour. Everything was delicious and we left very satisfied!

    We walked back to the metro which took us back home. However, we had to make a pit stop at the Continental Beer Gardens for a quick pint. Luckily, there was a very cute labradoodle for Evan to chum around with while we drank our pints!

    Another busy day in DC complete!
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  • Day4

    Newseum Washington

    December 29, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 12 °C

    Das Newseum ist ein Museum in Washington, D.C. zum Thema Journalismus. Das Museum wurde erstmals 1997 in Rosslyn (Virginia) eröffnet und am 11. April 2008 in Washington, D.C. wiedereröffnet. Es hat eine über sieben Etagen verteilte Ausstellungsfläche von 23.000 Quadratmetern und umfasst verschiedene Galerien und Kinos.

    Im Newseum befindet sich das größte Stück der Berliner Mauer außerhalb Deutschlands
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  • Day4

    Newseum Washington

    December 29, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 12 °C

    Das Museum, dessen Neubau 450 Millionen US-Dollar gekostet hat, wurde zum großen Teil von Freedom Forum, einer amerikanischen Vereinigung für Rede- und Pressefreiheit, finanziert. Es steht zwischen Pennsylvania Avenue und Sixth Street, N.W., in unmittelbarer Nähe zur Museumsmeile an der National Mall. Vor dem Gebäude und auf seiner Website bietet es täglich einen Vergleich von Titelseiten dutzender internationaler Tageszeitungen.Read more

  • Day5

    There You Have It

    May 21, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☁️ 66 °F

    D.C. everybody!

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