Aloft Dulles Airport North
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAloft Dulles Airport North Ashburn
Awful hotel as usual, this one is really starting to fall apart! One working elevator, micro sized ironing board, no soap, thermostat sucks.
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... very short walk and were all able to get a full-night sleep before their morning flight to Washington. I met them all at the airport on Friday afternoon; bringing the Rieckhoffs home and then dropping Anna at the house -- where K was again telecommuting -- before heading back to work for a couple of hours.
I thought Anna might be asleep before I got home, but she was holding up well. A huge number of ...
... to secure award tickets. The Rieckhoffs ended up leaving on Wednesday, the 1st of July, flying to Lisbon via Vienna. Barbara travels extensively for her job and they wished to travel in Business Class, which meant a routing through Vienna. Their return was also through Vienna, but necessitated an overnight in Austria on the way home. No one seemed to mind. I booked tickets for the three of us, leaving on the 2nd of ...
... His reply, "Oh, Chip. Mr. Personality." He went on to tell me how much he enjoyed Chip and how he had not been at all intimidated by the larger dogs. He said, "for such a small guy, he thinks he's a great dane."
We were home and all but unpacked by 5:00pm. Anna was tired and wanted to shower and finish her book. Teenage girls take a lot of showers! K and I went out for a quick bite -- we both had a craving for a ...
... forecast for each city we'd visit, to help determine our final packing list. As of the day before departure, we had forecast temperatures ranging from 38 to 80 degrees, with rain predicted for each and every day of the trip. Luckily, the forecasts proved to be wildly inaccurate. Still, packing was a challenge between the variety of clothes, but also for all of the medicines we packed. K and A were on malaria medicine (just in case, even ...
... plane at dulles airport and land in Tokyo in 14 hours. From there we get a free comped Hotel in Tokyo for the night and leave there for Jakarta at 11am. From there we fly to bali at 10pm and arrive at 1am Sunday morning. What a whirlwind. The delay was accordingly due to mechanical errors. I guess better a working plane and a delay. Here we ...