Originally Posted by deathrattle
I'm ashamed to say I've never been to The Globe, despite the fact that it's only a few miles from me.
When people some to visit us, they always want to see the sites in D.C. As cool as the Air & Space museum is, if I never go again, it would not bother me and I can't tell you how many times I've walked the Vietnam Memorial and spent a few moments with Mr. Lincoln and walked around the White House to see if the sharpshooters are on the roof.
Point is, I never get to do the things I've never done. The line is always too long at the Washington Monument so I've never been inside.
Never been in the Capitol. Never been to the Jefferson Memorial (although I frequently park near it because the parking lot is central to all the things my visitors want to see).
Thank God, my father took us to the big museums when I was a kid or I'd have never seen the inside! My daughter wanted to see the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution but once again...the lines were too long and the time was too short.
If Ford's Theater wasn't around the corner from the Hard Rock, I'd have never seen that either.
I think I need some ME time.