Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Photo: Smithsonian Castle

After our trip to the National Air and Space Museum, we called it quits on our DC tourism. Our feet were starting to give out on us and it was about five-ish in the afternoon. I did spot the Smithsonian Castle which I think was the original museum before everything expanded while trying to find a good spot for the Lyft driver to pick us up. I kind of regret not really being able to see the place in detail though. My mind wanted to, but my feet had a different opinion.  

14 comments:

  1. Adam, That is exactly what would be my biggest woe...my old broke down feet. LOL. You seem way to young to have bad feet. But them touring museums will wear anyone out. I want to see the Julia Childs' kitchen in one of the museum, but never made it there. Can see all that "stuff" in one day. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  2. It's an amazing building. I didn't go inside this visit. It was built as the home of the first Secretary of the Smithsonian and also had research and administrative offices and labs, etc. The Arts & Industries Building next door was the original US National Museum. THAT is an amazing building, too.

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  3. nothing worse than sore feet!

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  4. Now that you're 30, Adam, you're old enough to know the horrifying truth. SORE FEET trumps everything else. Welcome to my world, old man.

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  5. it's hard to do more when your feet are screaming at you.

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  6. How cool is this!!! I need to visit for sure.

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  7. You folks can go back some day, Adam :)

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  8. I hear you, Adam. Some days we just can't take one more step. You can always go back someday! xo Diana

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  9. That's how I felt in London. I had so many more things I wanted to see, but my feet were starting to blister (and I even had on good workout shoes!) so we turned in before getting everything done.

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  10. That's a great photograph.

    All the best Jan

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  11. This area can be very exhausting to tour.

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