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, ...
... So he watched all night as our flag still flew with bombs exploding all around it. I rounded the VERY dark corner of the exhibit as Mr. Dehning told me this story and gasped as the flag itself was laid out on exhibit in the pitch dark. It is 30 feet by 34 feet. I was ready to see a tiny normal flag that we fly outside school. It was massive and incredible! So spectacular, and absolutely breath-taking! (I feel that I am running out of adjectives)
... 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 ...
... boy errors. I genuinely don't know what's wrong with me sometimes. How can I keep dropping the ball like this!?! From here I headed to the International Spy Museum. This isn't part of the Smithsian and they wanted $20. No thank you. Instead I headed across the road to the National Potrait and American Art Gallery. Art isn't really my thing. Whilst I can appreciate the skill and time needed for say a 10'x7' picture of a battle, modern art in particular is completely lost on me. It ...
This morning we decided to take a trip into the mountains and to visit the Luray Caverns in Luray, Virginia. The caverns were discovered in 1878 and they were breath taking!! After walking down many stairs and a steep slope, we reached the first room. The stalactites and stalagmites were amazing!! Each area we walked into was more amazing than the last! At one point there was ...