Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Fairfax - Fair Oaks
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... the field nearby our campsite. It was a great open area for the kids to play soccer. They took the glow lights and used them to mark goals. We got to play until it was too dark.
At this point, we sat around the campfire and told stories--mostly involving a character named Kevin thanks to Reid. The kids were very talkative and we ended up truncated a couple of stories. Believe me, if you were there, you would have also!
... I also learnt a bit more about the early settlement and the treaties and issues that the native Americans faced. We had a brunch at this museum purely for the fact that the food offered in the 'food court' was incredible. The best in town I would say! We could've had quinoa salad or chosen from a wide range of other healthy dishes. We shared a flat bread which had a number of different vegetable dishes on top. It's too hard to describe, but ...
Today we visited the Smithsonian Castle, had a tour of the U.S. Capitol, visited the National Museum of the American Indian, and finished off our day with a nighttime tour of the monuments. I'm sure you'll notice in the girls' posts below - it rained ALL day!
Maryann, 12pm: Don't you know it, the day we have plans to see all the outdoor sites and the Capitol it is pouring rain. The girls are soaked but learned a lesson ...
... fall that I have seen and other than the fact that the leaves all fall and create a giant mess in the streets, it is a beautiful time of year. The weather was not too cold...I have been colder however, it was worthy of a big jacket the whole time and at night it got a tad below comfort level. We even managed to visit the Van Gogh repetitions exhibit at the Phillips museum which was brilliant. I never realised ...
... next day at the Saturday Morning breakfast cafe - the server could only be likened to and american version of Manuel from Faulty Towers! He was bumbling around like he had never done the job before! Food was good though when it eventually arrived. Shame that when we asked for ketchup we got BBQ sauce instead and the ketchup arrived after we finished our meals!
The service was also appalling in the bar we went to in Annapolis, again a bumbling waiter who appeared never ...