The weather couldn’t have been any better for today. It was nice and sunny out, so we wanted to spend time in Arlington National Cemetery. We spent probably around 6 hours total in the cemetery, walking the different roads within, and checking out the graves of soldiers. We were able to watch the changing of the guard ceremony, which occurs every half hour. Jim caught the entire ceremony on video. We saw the more known graves of President Kennedy, President Taft, Pierre Charles L’Enfant, as well as went into the Arlington House. Walking across the Potomac River back into DC, what I think was Marine One flew over and I snapped a few pics of it. Back in DC, we checked out the Vietnam Memorial, World War II Memorial, FDR Memorial, on our way to see the memorial to arguably the best President our country has ever had, Jefferson.
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