Country Inn & Suites Woodbridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at that time. The suffering of the Jews and others persecuted by Nazi Germany at that time was evident throughout the entire experience. Many stories were heartbreaking, the whole museum was sobering and 3 hours of silence didn't help the unsettled feeling that is inevitable after being engaged with exhibits like the ones in the Holocast Museum. There was one section where I walked around a corner and confronting me behind a glass wall was a ...
... space. We wander down the street toward Georgetown, an historic part of the city that has 'cute quaint village' completely covered. A stop in the Irish Pub hardly seems right but the food and atmosphere was great and we were hungry, again. Wandered home past the pretty flowers and the open spaces and felt just a little less rushed than the last ...
Started with breakfast at the hotel cafe and then out to catch the shuttle bus over to the Welcome Centre where we caught the bus for the green line tour which took us to Washington Heights, Georgetown and the National Cathedral. There were some beautiful houses along this route many with pumpkins etc on their door stoops (front steps). Also many embassy's around the Georgetown area. We had a great guide who kept up a ...
... bus to take us to the National Cathedral going past Embassy Row. I was please to see that Australia's embassy was not as austentatious as many of the supposed 'third world' countries also represented on Embassy Row. The bus also took us around Dupont Circle, the Vice President's home and Georgetown which is one of the wealthier suburbs of DC.
The National Cathedral is a massive structure, the 5th largest cathedral in the world and the ...
... 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 ...