Quality Inn Mount Vernon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... and some first-course wine. Depending on exactly where you live, wine nation might be a little out of the way, which might be incentive enough to turn it into a two-day journey. You can even incorporate a hot-air balloon trip which is a well-liked attraction in some wine areas. The 2nd best present you can give to your wife this anniversary is a make-over day. A trip to get her hair and nails done might be just the break she needs. Through ...
... a dinner stop. It had been a long day. 2nd May- today was bright, sunny and warm - very different from yesterday. Back we went into DC stoically planning to tackle another couple of museums. We spent a couple of hours at the Museum of American History before we hit the wall. It was interesting but we had information overload. Home via mexican burrito lunch on King St, main street in Alexandria which was full of Weekend ...
... which towered over the mall. It was the tallest structure in the world when it was completed in 1888, however, a year later it was surpassed by the Eiffel Tower. We then walked toward the Lincoln memorial which was truly breathtaking both for its grandeur and also the power in the words that were inscribed on the walls. The text was drawn from the Gettysburg address as well as Lincoln's second inaugural speech. We then passed through various war ...
... states. It was so random as on the tour I bumped into Tom d’Angelo who I used to work with at Nielsen and then again when I moved to Heinz and he was on the Nielsen team on the Heinz account. It’s such a small world!!
After our tour we took the underground passage to the Library of Congress which is right next door to the Capitol building. The library was a stunning building with intricate artwork inside and ...
... close to the river meant that it was susceptible to pockets of fog. We had to be out again at 6:30 as we wanted to do another DC by Foot tour covering the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. This tour is not offered every day and was showing as fully booked on the website but it was being done by the same guide who did the Arlington Cemetery tour and she said to come along as people often book and don't show up. The meeting place was outside the White House so ...