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October 11. 2013, Friday Got to airport late and missed our 8:42 am flight. We might have been able to board but our luggage couldn't go, not even on a later flight. Waited for the next flight four hours later. Found a little nook with plugs to wait in. Flight was good. Sat next to the cutest dog. Didn't make a sound for hours. Traveled with the DiLullo's and the Yesbecks. Landed in Washington to bleak ...
... our hotel. This is the only hotel of the trip which is a reasonable distance from the Centre and in an area which seems to be full of construction. Would rate this the lowest of all the hotels.
We have a big driving day tomorrow to get to Niagara Falls on the Canadian side and have to be up early. Bought an apple in a nearby supermarket for lunch tomorrow (and some potato chips as well in case you think I am eating totally healthily).
... Jacqui has been living over here for the last year on the west coast) at dinner the night before and made a plan of attack. In the morning we went out to the Arlington Cemetery where every serving member of the navy, army and airforce are buried. It has the Tomb of the Unknown Solder - a tribute to all solders unknown or lost in battle. It has a guard that watches 24/7 and it changes every half an hour. It's an official thing - marching and checking the gun etc. What ...
... show. Our otherwise lovely hotel room contained that 3/4 size furniture that show-homes have to make then look big.....including a pair of 3/4 size double beds. This was fine when we were out exploring, but was a bit of a squeeze at bed-time. Alicia opted for the floor rather than share with Iain while Mrs R & I pretended to be students. If the bunking was cosy, the view was superb, facing North towards the huge National Mall. At one end of this, ...
... lived there. In fact much of the original furniture is on display. You can tour through the home climbing the same staircase as George Washington and his distingquised guests such as Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. There is a lot to see and enjoy at Mount Vernon and our day was beautiful. Time for dinner and tonight we get to dine at Old Country Buffet. The kids liked it. On our way back to the hotel we stopped at the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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