Clarion Collection Hotel Arlington Court Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... boarded the empty train which proceeded add more people at each stop until almost full by Richmond.
The train proved to be a good move as it was hassle free and has plenty of options to roam. Well at least you don't get yelled at for walking the aisles. Emily made a new friend, Martin. Martin, being a three year old with a toy truck and a bottomless bag of goldfish, was a great find. Martin's mom was grateful for ...
So this morning we woke up to only blue skies, so decided to recap our route yesterday and finish up what we missed when fleeing the rain. But first, breakfast time. In true American style we ventured into Columbia Heights to have pancakes at iHop before setting ofF back down 14th street. Back down to The Whitehouse and across to monument to retake less grey and foggy, more bright and cheery photos. Straight down from the monument you can catch the WW2 ...
... The Vietnam War Memorial. This one was particularly moving as it is largely a list of all the dead. The Korean War Memorial also had quite an effect as it was statue soldiers moving through a garden/bush. It was almost haunting.
- The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. A lot of good quotes and a giant statue of Martin Luther King.
- The Franklin Roosevelt Memorial was massive and a walk through time and differing political environments. ...
... range from $1.50 to $3.50 depending on what you get. After dinner, Jordan dropped me at Union Station. I caught the train from there to BWI (Balitimore Washington International). After checking my bags, security took an hour. By the time I got threw, it was already time to board. The lady I was sitting next to let me take the window seat which I was real excited about that. After about 20 minutes, we were backing up and I was on my way Europe!
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After leaving the wax museum, I finally made my way over to the International Spy Museum. I paid yet another cover to get in, and then waited in line to get into the elevator that went up to the room where we established our secret identities. I'm still not quite sure why we established secret identities because we never used them, but it was interesting anyway. My name was Angelena Falcone (21) from Mirano, Italy. I personally think I'm more of ...