Country Inn & Suites Woodbridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... blocks to the national history museum, which was wicked, my inner loser definitely came out for the two hours spent there. Although, I was extremely disappointed to find out the t-Rex (from night at the museum) was not on display as they were making a new area for it. I then decided I wanted to rent a bike, as from my experience in amsterdam and miami I thoroughly enjoyed it and found it was the best way to see everything that I wanted. So, I got my bike and off I went to explore ...
... stumbled back to the hostel grim genuinely looking forward to a 7am departure and the chance of getting a better sleep on the 24 hr train journey to Chi-town.
So that’s 12 points for Washington ! Although we’re pretty biased. More entertaining than most of Washington was Matt’s cursing the whole day through. He would erupt into outbursts about the weather, the hostel or any school child who got in his way every few minutes, always helpful to brighten the ...
... but excited (photos and commentary attached). I really focuses on enjoying the run, chatting to people, and sucking up the atmosphere. I had my own personal support crew in the crowd, being Terri and Steve, who managed to see me 4 times along the way. It was an incredible experience and I loved every moment of it except the final 2 kms. On my final days in Washington, post marathon, I took it easy with the sightseeing. Terri and Steve were ...
... could make out the signatures including John Hancock, George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. There were much more to see than these 4 documents and we strolled around for a while coming across documents like the Emancipation Proclamation made by Abraham Lincoln. Left the National Archives around 6 pm Space and Air Museum for a second less crowded look where we took in the Imax Theatre. Got back to our hotel around 8 pm.
... cemetery. A pleasant experience, if not as enthralling as being alone with Jefferson.
I was running a little late, (2:00 pm) but was pretty sure I could make it to Richmond in about an hour and I knew the cemetery I was visiting was open until 5:00. I was fine. Well, until I listened to Jill, my Garmin. She took me on a wild back road ride which included 2.5 miles of gravel road over Chicken Mountain!!! Say what??? I finally got to ...