The girl is congratulating her great grandpa, Robert Hambly, with his 91st Birthday and with receiving France’s highest honor – the French Legion of Honor, for fighting in France in the World War II. He is one of only a few men left that served in three major conflicts: World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Fort Knox, Kentucky.
The Sadam Hussein’s portrait-target with american seals’ autographs displayed in the General Patton Museum in Fort Knox.
Alla is admiring the underground beauty of the longest cave system known in the world – the Mammoth Cave, Kentucky.
The end of the autumn in the smallest out of the largest state cities in the country, the capital of West Virginia, Charleston.
The horse in bottles on the barrel from bourbon.
Alla is breathing in the aromas of the oak barrel, in which over the years a real american bourbon was taking in the color and flavor.
We will memorize the capital of Virginia, Richmond, by the sign with a double meaning: “Our moms run the city”. The Anthem Richmond Marathon.
We will memorize the capital of the Navy forces by cranes and ships in dry-docks.
We will memorize the Shenandoah National Park by the loud dry up-to-our-knees autumn foliage and indicators to the legendary Appalachian trail.
We will memorize the Appalachian Mountains by the small villages with the gas station – store – post office – restaurant in one place.
The horsey in front of the Lincoln Memorial.
An astonishing monument to those who served in the Korean War.
Protesters by the northern facade of the White House.
On the first part of the twenty-third week of our tour we were in Boston, MA. Here are a few photos from our visit to this beautiful city.
The main cemetery of the country in the city of Arlington, Virginia.
Alla is studying the types of the nation’s highest medals for bravery – The Medals of Honor, presented by US Navy, US Army and US Air Force.
The doggy with sad eyes is earning its daily bread by guarding the residence of the President of the USA, Washington DC.
A very decent and tidy subway lays underneath the city of Washington.