The tour guide is pointing to the layer of pieces from the Berlin Wall that are part of this Regan statue.
We left the Capital Building through another one of those underground tunnels, this one leading to the Library of Congress.
We were going to go to the Supreme Court, but it was hot and we were hungry and under those conditions, I did not care whether or not I saw the Supreme Court. Instead, we went back to the National Museum of the American Indian (I was calling it the Native American Museum yesterday O_o) and got a buffalo and duck burger with chili dusted fries, yellow squash sauteed in crushed peanuts and fry bread with blueberry sauce. We split everything and were still stuffed by the time dinner rolled around with my friend at 7:00!
The entrance hall to this museum had some large prisms installed in one of the windows and they create a very pretty light display that moves across the walls and floor as the sun moves.
Since it was so hot today, we decided to forgo looking at memorial and confine our activities indoors. So many people had told us about the Air and Space Museum that it seemed the logical choice.
This is the actual plane made by the Wright brothers, the first airplane ever made!
PICTURE OF THE DAY: This is a picture of an actual space module. Doesn't it look like some first graders made it out of construction paper and Elmer's glue?