~ Which one is me? ~We visited the Da Vinci exhibition at the National Geographic HQ this morning. It was all about his designs and ideas about engineering; I'm in a mock up of his Room of Mirrors.
Today's excursion was to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, which doesn't allow photography. I don't think that I can do justice to it with my own words, but what I will say is this: incredible, emotional, horrendous and inspiring. In the main entrance lobby there is an inscription carved into the wall: You are … Continue reading Washington: Capitol Hill
~ Washington Monument ~
No words needed.
~ Checking out scrapping magazines in Barnes & Noble ~
Our hotel is a mere 10 minutes walk from the White House and, after 7 hours on the plane, we were keen to explore. The humidity was amazing, extremely draining after about 20 minutes outside. Annoying to see all the locals looking as fresh as daisies!It was much smaller than I expected it to be … Continue reading Washington: Evening Stroll
~ Guess who got upgraded to Upper Class! ~
~ 15 years ago today my very much loved Dad passed away. We all miss him still. ~ Just as this post goes live, I will be leaving with my mum for the airport and our trip to Washington, D.C. I know, without doubt, Dad would be waving us on our way, wishing us a … Continue reading 15 Years
~ West London Sky Ride ~ Today the residential streets of West London have been claimed by cyclists of all ages and sizes. This is the reason why we have all those parking restrictions in place. It seems to be very popular and DS has loved waving and saying hello to everyone. (I'm guessing the … Continue reading 199/365
~ New funky sandals ~