Courtyard By Marriott Gaithersburg Washingtonian Center
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To all of my dear friends and family, Adam and I are officially three days away from embarking on our cross-country road-trip with end-point destination Las Vegas, NV, in our sights, ...
... for a sandwich. The guy behind the counter was such a moody, grumpy old man. He kept muttering to himself and seemed to have a genuine dislike of everyone he served. It was quite funny how he was acting, although I'm glad that we only had to be around him for a short period of time. The journey to Washington passed through four states and numerous toll booths. Finally we approached the capital and our hotel. The hotel seemed nice , but ...
... mini rapids happening and the river is flowing quite quickly. The back drop is the greenery of the trees around us and the foreground is the rocks on the shore. We follow the path down and at one point we head down to get a closer look at the river. Now we didn't know we were going to be doing this kind of walking so we weren't wearing our hiking shoes. I stop at a point cause I don't trust my clumsy feet getting down any further. My beloved takes off his flip flops and heads down to ...
... a bit of hand washing, then went down to the lobby and paid the tour manager for the optionals. Then back to the room and i got ready for the night and for the next day.
Back to the lobby and we went next door to the hotel for dinner – the food was just pizza, but it was good and the service was also good and so were the drink prices. After dinner we got on the coach and went for our Washington lights and monuments tour. We picked up a local ...
... So informative and knowledgeable. We learnt so much from him (which I've partially forgotten cause my middle name's Dory). Its the best way to see and appreciate DC and all its history! This is where Tim took us:
- The White House: so tiny and insignificant in real life but tick! off the bucket list.
- The Lincoln Memorial: it looks like the Lincoln statue in The Simpsons! Theres also an inscription of "I have a dream" from Martin Luther ...