Courtyard By Marriott Dulles Town Center
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Had to have an entry from the airport so it would leave a push pin on my travel map. Lots of time on my hands as I wait for the plane. I hope I have time and Internet to write a little something every day or at least post a few pictures. Getting excited! People watching in the airport is very interesting. All the different languages you hear, the different clothing choices. Sannie and Bruce expected any moment to complete our travel group. Next time you hear from me, I will be in ...
... a small café. We sat and relaxed with a glass of red wine.
We boarded the plan with no further drama. During the flight, we did have numerous bouts with moderate turbulence. The flight crew was dressed to a fair the well. They fed us an incredible three times during the flight. In between each meal, I did doze reasonably well.
We flew on an Airbus A340-600. It is by far the largest plane on which I ...
... Rosslyn area of Arlington to Dulles International Airport. Since traffic was so light, my fare came to about $60. I arrived at noon. I leisurely checked in for my flight and made my way to the gate to begin my ten-hour wait.
The area of the airport in which I found myself only had one "dining" selection, Potbelly Sandwich Shop. I really hoped for a Chili's or T.G.I. ...
... It was a wonderful trip. For Patagonia, I was expecting the worse: cold showers, hungry all the time, tired a lot, and downpours. But luckily none of that happened. Except for the high winds, the weather was perfect. I could have used more sun for better picture taking. I also ate and slept well during the whole trip. The hike wasn't as strenuous as I though it would be. The views were gorgeous. If I ever ...
... hikes in the area. Here's my packing list:
- Osprey 65 liter backpack
- Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) daypack
- North Face mummy sleeping bag
- Sea to Summit mummy liner
- Small pillow
- Trekking poles
- Vasque Breeze 2.0 hiking boots
- 3 long sleeve technical shirts
- 3 short sleeve technical shirts
- REI sunshirt
- REI insulated jacket
- EMS rain/wind jacket
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