Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Fairfax - Fair Oaks
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... of gasoline for $571.58.
The above allows you to calculate our realized MPG (miles per gallon) as 33.016. The Toyota Matrix has an advertised MPG of 33. Given that our car is filled with four people and luggage, and that we're driving often at 75 - 85 miles an hour with the air conditioning constantly on, we think this ...
... Starting to get the hang of the Circulator Bus. Ate at We, the Pizza. Fitting name, huh?
1. National Mall and Memorial Parks
2. National Gallery of Art Your Art App
3. Arlington National Cemetery
4. National Archives "to the brink" Exhibit
5. National Archives Docs Teach
6. National Archives Today's Document
7. International Spy Museum's Villify Me
... us was incredibly moving so I clicked and clicked, kept walking closer taking shots all the way up to the building. We then noticed a large water pond in front of us between us and the Capitol building and the xmas tress was twinkling. Then I noticed the Capitol building and the xmas tree were reflecting in the water and the most wonderful shots were created, yep, maybe out of focus and grainy but real shots, taken exactly as I saw it! Mate, it gives me goose ...
... like that and so recently too (less than a 100 years ago). After that, we visited the Lincoln Memorial, where Martin Luther King Jnr gave his famous speech "I have a dream!" and where a giant statue of Abraham Lincoln sits watching the Capitol building. ...
... I headed back to the hotel. I made it back at 10pm and found a pizza place just around the corner. A slice of pizza and a diet pepsi and finally a shower. Very good.
On Monday I saw the National Gallery of Art (both buildings), grabbed a beer, then a donut, collected my holdall from the hotel, headed to the station and ate a late lunch of 'rattlesnake pasta'. It's not as adventurous as it sounds; it was chicken and jalapeno peppers with a creamy sauce and lots ...