Stafford House

Address: 3746 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, Virginia, 22030, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 3746 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, is near National Firearms Museum, Fairfax Museum, Blenheim, and Ratcliffe-Allison House and Pozer Garden.
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    In and around the U.S. capital

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 22, 2014

    35 photos

    ... SmarTrip cards and to finding the correct train. On the return trip we felt like old pros.
    Day 2 found us back in the city. We chose to do a trolley tour, which was narrated and allowed us to get on and off at the various stops. Many interesting facts were related to us about the government departments housed in the buildings we were passing. We decided to get off the trolley at the Jefferson Memorial. From ...

    The first day...but it feels like more

    A travel blog entry by grantgirls on May 07, 2014

    2 photos

    ... work for the American Red Cross. Our meeting was this morning and we had a realy good time discussing how the values of social work fit in to disaster work and what a current student needs to do in order to work for the Red Cross after graduation. It's amost like I have a plan now. Crazy. Of course, I have no idea what I am doing tomorrow.

    Until next time....
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    Washington- the place of power!

    A travel blog entry by billandkaz on Dec 28, 2013

    4 comments, 56 photos

    ... stone is left as a show of respect that you visited and that both you and the deceased are immortal. Even in death, you are not forgotten. It shows that you know the burial site exists. The person is remembered with something solid.

    People also place coins on some of the headstones. A coin is a sign to family the gravesite had been visited. The legend of the coin denomination's is a penny you means you visited, a nickel means you trained with them, ...

    Chilling out in DC

    A travel blog entry by lindb on Oct 16, 2013

    8 photos

    So the last couple of days have been spent chilling out. On Sunday, despite drinking rather a lot in Baltimore, we don't feel too bad, just a little jaded. We have a late breakfast and head back to D.C. It was great to have a girlie night out and we decide to all meet up again on my way back thru the states after my trip.

    On Monday the sun is shining and as it is Columbus Day, PJ has the day off and we head into Annapolis for the day. A late start as it is not ...

    The best explanation of our tour

    A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Sep 16, 2013

    1 comment

    ... br> guide in the army. She now studies political science and history at
    Hebrew University in Jerusalem. “One guide cannot be the whole Israeli
    narrative, and one guide cannot be the whole Palestinian narrative,” she
    said, explaining how the groups meet dozens of representatives from
    both worlds, something she had never done in her own youth. “People
    leave the tour very confused, and not pro-Israeli or pro-Palestinian, ...