Courtyard by Marriott Herndon Reston
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... She also ordered 2 slices of plain pizza and could only eat 1/2 of a slice. Marie had a 12 inch pizza which we brought half of home. I had mussels and clams with linguine which was supposed to come with a choice of soup - I ordered Maryland crab soup and got Minestrone. The waiter assured me it was crab. I also ordered garlic bread and got plan bread. The waiter was watching the soccer on the TV. Eventually we ...
... Mia, Adia, Melina, Seanna, Nina, Emma, and Kaydee! We are a loud bunch, but we have a code, when I yell PINK FLUFFY UNICORNS or LOS UNICORNIOS ROSADOS Y ESPONJSOS and stick my finger in the air with my Unicorn on it, they all follow it like it is a tiny little red flag on a stick... It is AWESOME! We disembarked from our bus and entered the mall for our dinner stop. The kids were told they had 45 minutes to find food, eat and meet at the bus. Each student ...
... with it, A-G. So what they have done is turn 6 gates into 42 gates with flights boarding and arriving at the time through the same gate. Genius! Although the gate area was packed, it was amazing to watch their system work like clockwork.
Now that I had found my gate and confirmed the departure time. I strolled around Terminal A. In all honesty, Dulles is a boring, unattractive airport. It has the usually airport commodities, food courts, random assortment of sit ...
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 ...
... camp schizophrenic.
Luckily things got a bit better when I got to the bar in Union Station. My new host is 82 and hilarious. Our first conversation was about how to split Texas into 5 states to add enough Republicans to the Senate to allow for the entrance of Puerto Rico to the Union, but after that it devolved into such gems as:-
Me: "So where exactly do you live?" Him: "Well, it all started with James I...",
and "How are you ...