I went to the US in May and I've been meaning to write some of the things from that trip up for some time. I thought I would write up things from each city.
I was really in DC for the Children, Youth and a New Kind of Christianity Conference. I will write up a post about the conference some other time.
I loved DC - and would love to go back. So much history, so much of interest, so much to do and see. It was great staying really close to everything at a really basic but sufficient hotel - the Hotel Harrington.
Given the amount of time I had not at the conference, I ended up seeing a good amount of DC: the White House (from outside), the Natural History Museum, the American History Museum, into the Art Gallery to see the Impressionist section, the Air and Space Museum (including the biggest McDonalds!), Washington Monument, Martin Luther King Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean and Vietnam War Memorials, Capitol Hill, Georgetown and the National Cathedral. Wow!
I loved so much - and would love to do it with more time, and to see some key things which I didn't get to see. There was so much good stuff that I couldn't pick a favourite. I was certainly struck by the Martin Luther King Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Memorial. Amazing places of acknowledgement. I had significant moments at all of these places.