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Washington DC - Day 3

OK- so I'm going to finally finish this trip report.  Cannot believe its taken me this long.

Our last day in DC was spent at the National Museum of American History.  Baby girl finally got her chance to play around at the Spark Lab.  After we were finished here we continued to check out the rest of the museum.  There were so many things from our history to look at and enjoy.

Here are some pictures from our day at the museum:































































































That is all for now, hope you all enjoyed the pictures from our trip.
If you are within driving distance to Washington D.C. and are looking for a weekend trip that won't hurt your wallet, I highly recommend visiting D.C.
Not only is it economical, but it makes learning fun.  My 11 year old daughter really enjoyed herself.

I do hope to go back being that we didn't get to see the monuments due to the rain that came in on our last day!





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