Sunday, July 03, 2005

A "Monumental" Occasion

It was an active day. The eight of us that remain in DC (Mary, Maria, Megan, Lateka, Donna, Brent, Lee (von) and myself) headed out to the World War II Memorial. On our way, we stopped by for a few photos at 1600 Penn Ave. Then we headed to the newly-opened WWII memorial, which was pretty impressive, and took pictures by the post for our state. Afterward, we walked along the reflecting pool to check out the Lincoln Memorial, then the Vietnam Memorial, then we headed back. I stopped in the Folk Life exhibit for another Fruit Smoothie, then Lee, Donna and I headed to the AmerIndian museum. It was pretty impressive, and we got some good chews afterward.
Later that evening, we got some tapas at La Tasca, then Mary, Maria and I headed down to the lawn of the capitol to watch a non-dress rehearsal of a July 4th performance. Nifty.

When do we get to leave?

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