Comfort Inn Tysons Corner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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After one week in New York, where I did not take many pictures, much too busy to talk and catch up with my friends Cecilia, Rosine, Lutgart and Sophie, I took the bus to Washington DC, and at the Dupont Circle metro station took the metro all the way to Vienna (not the Austrian one of course) where Maria picked me up.
That was the reason for my USA trip: I flew over from Belgium to Washington to cat sit, so that Maria and ...
Well, what a whirlwind few days in Washington. We had to make the most of our time Washington as soon as we got there. 48 hours really isn't much time at all. We immediately got our hop on - hop off bus tour tickets when we got to Union Station, and jumped on the bus which happened to go right past our hotel which was great. We had been in DC for less than an hour and Mike was dragging me into another museum. This time it was the International ...
Please take this blog with a huge pinch a salt. Our opinion of Washington was probably sealed from the moment we got on the Greyhound with a horribly rude driver. In short we had a bit of a pants time, a pants time we could laugh at, but pants nonetheless. Given more time, having had better weather, or just with a better driver we might have loved it but it's fair to say we didn’t.
Getting on the bus at Philly was a chore, there were no signs to tell us where to go, ...
... loan, so we didn't get to see it. Grandchildren, take note for your next history test.
Saturday was breezy and quite cold in DC. Leon and I went to see the Washington National Cathedral. It was a brisk walk and mostly uphill. Well worth the walk, however. In every arch and chapel, every statue and window you can see the story of God's presence. In 2011 the earthquake (5.8) that rocked DC, ...
First and foremost, this truck would never have taken shape without the diligent work and care of Aaron Hoopengardner, my brother in law and Tristan's uncle. We miss him terribly and will forever be in his debt. Darren Grubb worked tirelessly to ensure that the Rover would be ready for this trip. For this and the terrific work he did, we can't thank him enough. Alton, Craig, and Phil also helped to make this vehicle a ...