Chester Arthur House B & B at Logan Circle
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... you name the location you want to stay in, the maximum price you are willing to pay for a room, they send you some options (but don't say what hotels they are), then only when you have booked and paid for it, they tell you where you are staying. $100 and we get the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, how cool is that? The cheapest hotels/hostels we could find start at $100, so to get this is just great for us.
We booked two nights, but upon ...
... through security, which did not take as long as expected. Also, they didn't tell me I did not have to take my shoes off until they were already off.
My father upgraded Traylor and I to economy plus and we tried to sleep but kept having to wake up for all the food they were passing out, it was as if the flight attendants never sat down. I had the pasta, ...
... back again. There is a great honor in performing this service and I commend the soldier I saw that day on his perfection. He was robotic in his actions, nothing but precision of movement and sublime repetition. I couldn't help but wonder what his thoughts were, he had such complete focus. Emily was quiet and respectful and for that I was happy.
There were funerals being performed that day and I felt for ...
... the words “on behalf of a grateful nation” rang hollow as flags were presented to wives and families at gravesites across the country.
I was aware of a number of groups of schoolchildren with guides… 8th grade end-of-the-year trips, I guess. I was standing next to one by the Wall and listened to a teacher give a “fair and balanced” account of the war. As they turned to ...
... old songs and chatting about them between numbers. It was not great music, but it was very representative of what probably happens in communities week by week.
Our stop for the night was a big national forest service campground at Otter Peaks just north of Roanoke. It was the cheapest campground yet, $16. It was obviously designed in the halcyon days of 1950s and 60s family camping with hundreds of campsites. There were only about ten fellow ...