Courtyard by Marriott Fairfax Fair Oaks
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Per Google Maps the shortest drive between South San Francisco, CA and Fairfax, VA is 2,826 miles (4,548 km), which should take 42 hours of driving.
As evidenced by this blog, we did not take that route, but instead drove 5,204 miles (8,375 km) in, ...
... Air and Space and the American History Museum. The American History Museum was really interesting, everything from pop culture, transportation, presidents, African American history and the American flag. We saw Abraham Lincoln's top hat that he wore the night he was assassinated, the first American flag ever made and beautiful gowns of the first ladies, even one that was worn by Edith Roosevelt. We walked around the 1903 Wright flyer, the ...
Ada and Bill begin their big adventure to Big Bend National Park and finally getting through security and X-rayed...they relax at the lounge But not for long Bill starts working on his Butter Sandwiches And Ada checks her cleaning supplies for the hotel and all along the tripâ¦.she is pleased as her cart has made it through security ...
... at the moment! JG arrives from Durham around 5.30pm and the drinking commences. Babysitter arrives at 7pm and we head up to the local Thai and bars for a good old catch up. I end up sleeping on the kitchen floor, JG crashes out on the sofa and PJ crashes on the living room floor- only H makes it to a bed! Fun night but boy does my head hurt the next day. Oh well us girls will be doing it all over again tonight in ...
... of the perfect lawn, the cute squirrels, the First Lady's veggie garden, the impressively imperious admin building next door and the rooftop aerials on weaponry half hidden behind some pot plants (decoy or dangerously real?).
Our touristy stroll, with obligatory photos, past the White House was quite dull in comparison to our chat with the 'security' guards on the NE corner.
"Hello boys. & where are you from?" ...