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... a public airport in Dulles, Virginia, 26 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C. The airport is named after John Foster Dulles, the 52nd Secretary of State under President Eisenhower. Dulles Airport occupies 11,830 acres. The airport handles over 22 million passengers a year, and one of United Airlines' two East Coast hub airports. With nearly all of the international passenger traffic in the Washington-Baltimore region, Dulles is the busiest international
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... here as an exchange student in 1962, Ann graduated from Lake Erie College, and he was able to attend her graduation and afterwards travel with Ann's family back to their farm in Maryland.
The next evening we went to the Antrim 1844 Country Inn for dinner. The inn is housed in a beautifully restored mansion with many outbuildings and gardens on the grounds. Hors d'oeuvres were served in elegantly appointed rooms, and ...
Well here we are in Washington DC. Arrived in LA after a very long 14.5 hour plane trip, very tiring and not much sleep, but we made friends with a lovely hostie, who kept us well hydrated !
Luckily we were able to have a very early checkin at our LA hotel so had a few hours sleep and then went for a little wander, a meal and had an early night.
We then flew to Washington on Sunday morning on a 9am flight taking 4.5 hours but due to the time difference we added another 3 hours ...
... memorials look even better than the photos and when you see them on TV, but the White House is perhaps less spectacular than its made out to be.
From here, we decided to get one of the museums done for the afternoon, even if it was mainly to get out of the heat. We got the metro to the Air and Space Museum and after passing through airport style security again, we were in the nice cool air-conditioned building. Ahhhh.
The museum wasn't just cool as ...
... Compared to the variety of bars we found in Philly, the area of DC that we visited certainly didn't inspire me. A couple of drinks in, I headed back, and to bed.
First thing on the second morning was to check out the US Capitol. This was also free, and as well as having access to the grounds and the inside of the building, we were also granted access to the viewing area of the House of Representatives. We debate over which side ...