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 ...
... Smithsonian Museums. The buildings are huge! Art, history, natural history, etc. We went through the Air and Space Museum, and will look at the American Indian and American History tomorrow. On the way we saw the Capitol Building, the US seat of government. This is not the same as the White House The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States, located at ...
... first thing I did was hop online to check the flight load. Still showing six BusinessFirst seats open and I’m currently #3 on the upgrade list. Departed the hotel at 8:27 and took the subway one stop to Marienplatz, where I transferred to the S-Bahn (commuter rail). Boarded the S8 train to Munich Flughafen at 8:44 (train was six minutes late).
After 16 minutes, I noticed several passengers with luggage getting up and disembarking at Daglfing ...
Living in DC was unreal. Having grown up in Arlington I felt like I knew the city but after this summer I can now tell you when subway fare is more expensive (7-9:30, 3-7), where to get $1 fresh oysters (the Tackle Box in Georgetown), and how many calories are in a Jumbo Slice pizza, its bigger than a small child (if you've ever eaten one stop reading…..but for anyone else interested ...
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 ...