Hyatt Place Dulles Airport South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Place Dulles Airport South Chantilly
The hotel was conveniently located near the airport which was nice. Being the 4th of July it was very crowded. The breakfast was overwhelmed. The staff did a good job keeping up with the food, but the trash and dirty dishes were out of control.
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We pulled our first all nighter getting ready for the trip. We thought we were doing well, but a few extra loads of laundry and having to leave the house at 5am proved too much. We got to the airport in time and enjoyed TSA Pre at security. We didn't have to unpack any bags or take off our shoes. It was a great start to the trip. The flight went by …
... it rained so hard for most of
the day that it was hard to see the car ahead on the highway. So I put an
alternate plan into effect.
I had heard the Smithsonian recently opened a new Air &
Space Museum annex near Dulles Airport in Washington DC’s far western suburbs.
The “recently” in my mind turns out to have been 11 years ago. The full name of
the place begins with “The Steven ...
Washington - Smithsonian etc. again.
The first stop today was a mega walk up the mall (the green strip up to the Lincoln Memorial -you have seen photos of Abe Lincoln, sculpted from marble sitting on a high backed chair.) In galleries on either side were engraved a couple of his speeches. Interesting. In the longer one he made quite a few quotes from the Bible. This was part of his second inaugural speech while the Civil War was on:
... hey got me to walk all the way from the visitor centre to JFK's grave then on to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. I was half dead by the time we finished. We got a free shuttle ride back to the visitor centre, then headed over to National Mall to meet Leger and her daughter. We ended up at the Hard Rock café for lunch and there the craziness continued. I don't know who was the craziest at the table. I didn't enjoyed the lift ride upstairs to use the facilities ...
... but it was totally worth it and we made the most of it too, ordering what seemed like a banquette. It was late afternoon by this stage so we took one last walk through Times Square then went back to the hotel room for an early night as we had to be up at 4:30am to catch an early flight to Washington DC. ...