Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Fairfax - Fair Oaks
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... was a day of mostly driving. We left Kannapolis, North Carolina and drove straight to Fredericksburg, Virginia with only making stops for restrooms and gas. In Fredericksburg, we met up with one of Lulu's college friends for about two hours. Afterward, we drove on to Fairfax, where we arrived a little after 6PM.
... had told me he was in DC for a comicon event, and I told them that if they put positive energy out there and believed they would see him that they would! Well, guess what!? It worked! They are sooo cute! A bunch of our kiddos met a group of students from Connecticut, and Ian and Chucky have about 15 new girlfriends who were drooling over them. Cute.
We made our way to Union Station for dinner and to meet up with Mrs. Winter who went to ...
... don't travel abroad as much as other nationalities. We've read that only 10-20% own passports, so it would be safe to say, generally, they travel domestically rather than internationally. The consequence of that, is their views and knowledge is often limited to their world. "Worldwide in America". It's a common thing for us Kiwis to say we're from New Zealand and Americans to think it's either a part of USA or part of Australia. So saying, tiny New Zealand has about 4 ...
... and a Palestinian tour guide will step forward and explain how his
people see this spot, what this view means to them. “You see that flag
in the distance?” he might say. “That is a small settlement.” And he
will explain what that settlement means to the Palestinians, and how it
got there; he will talk about how a family was removed from their home —
tricked or forced into giving up their land.
... was unique and significant and artfully presented. We then moved onto the Arlington Cemetery, where using the trolley bus service we visited the Kennedy's graves and eternal flame, then the tomb of the unknown soldier and witnessed the charging of the guard. With so many white headstones it really is an amazing feeling. Being so hot (around 33) and also surprisingly hilly ...