Candlewood Suites Hotel Sterling
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... my senior year of college, it's fairly safe to say that six weeks without bagels is probably a blessing in disguise if anything, but I digress.
So I leave tomorrow! (That's a lie, it's past 3 AM, so I leave later today.) For those of you catching up, I'm going to Senegal for six weeks with VA Tech to study French and hopefully I won't embarrass myself too much. For a normal, functioning ...
... Cemetary (and our second loo break) and walked up the hill to see the Kennedy memorial - along with Jaqui and their two babies who died early, Nearby was Ted, Bobbie and Joseph. The brothers were just small wooden crosses and not the huge structure for John. It seems like the Americans like their Presidents better when they're dead.
The information centre was quite good and had some photos of the Kennedy funeral. Also was surprised ...
Uneventful trip to Dulles with the typical 5 pm traffic of a week day and a fast check in and security screening. Only two people asked me if I was going somewhere cold... Probably because it is 80 degrees outside and I'm dressed like an Eskimo with a big heavy coat with fur and knee high boots. I don't care though and I laugh because I'm just thrilled to have packed everything in just a carryon and a back pack. I could ...
The weather in Washington DC is both hot and humid, so thankfully the museums and historical locations provide a cool and fascinating reprieve during the day.
The sights in Washington are all very impressive. The Washington Memorial is undergoing restoration at the moment so is covered in scaffolding but is still very impressive , especially illuminated at night. It provides a guiding pillar that ...
... expect. It was very busy but everyone was respectful and silent. The Kennedy's are also buried here so we looked at that as well. We had to catch a train out and back but once again, we mastered it! Once back in Washington, we went to the Old Post Office. An old post office obviously but has a tower you can look out over the city. Was nice to see a birds eye view and where we walked the night before. We also had lunch here. We then checked out the Smithsonian - all ...