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This is a very cleverly designed, intensely evocative memorial. It has two critical but separate parts - the life-size patrol recreation and the reflective wall. The overall effect is brilliant. Not to be missed.
We walked through the Korean War Memorial on our way to the Lincoln Memorial. It's not hard to get to and it is very inspiring to see. There are 19 soldiers walking through what we assume to be a rice paddy. No matter where you...More
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I feel certain that simply visiting / viewing this memorial and the figures presented will bring forth a flood of memories that only a veteran of this conflict would have. That alone is something special!
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All of the Smithsonian Museums are also free of charge. This includes the Air and Space Museum, the Museum of Native Americans, the Botanical Gardens, the National Art Gallery, and many more. Walking in Washington is a joy... More
All of the Smithsonian Museums are also free of charge. This includes the Air and Space Museum, the Museum of Native Americans, the Botanical Gardens, the National Art Gallery, and many more. Walking in Washington is a joy as is taking a driving tour--if you have a car anyway. Some hidden treasures include Embassy Row--the Embassies of Countries from around the world, Rock Creek Park right in the heart of the city--a national park (and all of the National Parks are free or nearly so). A little bit of planning using a travel guide on the Internet will show you some of the possibilities. Come to Washington and enjoy.