paid an arm and a leg and
ventured into Washington DC. We
took our lives into our hands
the closest Metro Station and headed
with the rest of the free world
to the National Mall.
We wanted to go to The
Sea of Humanity
Museum of American History. There was a
long line to get in the door because we had to pass through metal detectors and have our bags searched. Once inside it was
insane. There were roped off queues leading to exhibits that we couldn't see. We decided it wasn't worth
the time to wait in line to see the ruby slippers or the inaugural gowns of the first ladies. Even the exhibits we did
slow down to a rapid walking speed
see were so crowded there wasn't much of an opportunity to read anything or
get within spitting distance to care
ponder its significance. We topped off the Museum of
I'm pretty sure the lines at Cedar Point are shorter than this line to see the Star Spangled Banner
American History by
going outside and enjoying the beautiful weather.
educational experience, we hopped back on the Metro and made our way over to Pentagon City to
prop up the economy
window shop. The place is
huge and what it so
unbelievable is that in this
unbelievably huge complex
mall which encompasses four stories, there isn't a single bookstore. But we
walked around and found a couple of nice things for TeenTuna, who was both
non-nonchalantly pleased and appreciative.
Finally we decided to
amputate our feet
head home because we were
like the walking dead
tired. We hopped a Metro, made it back to the car and headed home. The last day of a
LONG week away. Tomorrow?
Please God, give me a 24-hour break in the weather department
There is no bookstore inside the Fashion Center at Pengago City, but there is a Border's right across Hayes Street.
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