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.
... and the rustic vegetable garden. It's a truly stunning property situated on a hill with a perfect view of Washington DC city.
Lauren took us out for a meal on our last night. We had a unique dining experience. We went to an Eitheopean restaurant where you eat entirely with your hands. The food is served on one large, flat stainless steel plate and your given bread/crepes to scoop everything up with. We had mixed vegetable and ...
... giving is a 2-hour layover for our next leg to Midland, TX. Once we land in Midland, we then have a 4-hour drive through the Texas Permian Basin to the ghost town of Terlingua. We will probably stop along the way to gather lunch foods and such for our hikes so a Walmart is in the plan - yippee! That's all for now! Keep your fingers crossed that our travels get us to Midland today. Things are looking ...
We went for a walk through the cemetery again today...cheerful, I know! But after quite a long walk we did get a look at the Pentagon from a distance, and also went to see John F Kennedy’s grave. The cemetery itself really seems to be a big tourist attraction around here, with its own visitor centre and even tours! We decided it was nicer to have a quite walk around by ourselves, ...
... 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.