Washington D.C.


Washington D.C., the nation's capital, is about 2 1/2 hours drive away from Philadelphia and we have been there a couple of times now. The city was planned by the French architect Pierre L'Enfant and his plan declared that no other building should reach higher than the Capitol building, so the skyline of DC is free of skyscrapers. The tallest structure is the 555 foot tall  Washington monument. It stands in front of the reflecting pool and there are some pictures below.

 Capitol Hill:

Capitol Hill Capitol Hill Capitol Hill outside Capitol Hill with Gert and Penny Capitol Hill dome inside Capitol Hill inside Capitol Hill with Gert, Penny, Sally and Naomi

DC Railway station, Supreme court, Library of Congress, the reading room inside library of Congress.

DC rail station Supreme court Library of congress Reading roon in Library of congress inside Library of Congress

Vietnam war memorial, Beatles in DC (Marta, Alison and Alvaro).

Vietnam memorial Korean war memorial Capitol Hill

White house, we were there just after the swearing in of the new president and managed to get a picture of Bush's moving in vans. Pictures of the Washington memorial in front of the reflecting pool, with Gert and Penny.

White house- Bush moving in white house with Sally and Gert land of giants washington monument washington monument on reflecting pool with the washington memorial in the back ground

Lincoln memorial.

lincoln memorial Lincoln Memorial 



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