Washington, DC, Day 2

Monday, June 30, 2008
Today we went through the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, the Museum of Natural History, Juniper and I went through the National Holocaust Museum, walked to Capitol Hill, saw the Capitol Building, the Supreme Court Building, Library of Congress Buildings, and some of the Capitol Hill Neighborhood. It was a full day. Samuel was only mildly interested in the Smithsonian Museums, and with all the tourists this time of year, it was difficult to spend any quality time there. I hope to return some day when I can take a whole day for each Smithsonian Museum. The Holocaust Museum was incredible, and since I only had Juniper, who was napping, I was able to enjoy this one much more. Having studied Holocaust Literature in college, and an ongoing interest in WWII, I found the exhibits to be very interesting. One day, I hope to visit the concentration camps as well.

Juniper in front of the Reflection Pool and the Capitol Building.

The Supreme Court Building.

The four of us in front of the Supreme Court Building.

To see more pictures of our trip to Washington, go to my Picasa Web Albums.


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