Courtyard by Marriott Washington Dulles Airport Chantilly
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Bob and I leave tomorrow evening for a week in Rome. We plan to continue our tradition of lame travel blogging, this time from Italy. You have expressed interest in our travels, so I have included you in the distribution. We will be spending the entire week in Rome and are looking forward to it. On Tuesday night, ...
... the hotel or warm jackets. It took a further 20 minutes so I elected to take a taxi back to the bus stop. Legs weren't going to carry me much further.
Whilst we were waiting there, the police and secret service blocked off the streets for a Presidential cavalcade for the President of Pakistan. There were sirens and police cars going everywhere.
The night tour ...
... bags (meaning I'd have to go through security a second time). Unfortunately, the check in desks were closed for the night when I got there meaning I'd have to wait until 4 AM to get in line.
Unable to find a comfortable place to sleep, I read World War Z until 4 AM, checked in, got my boarding pass and checked my bag. I then went through security for the second time. I found my terminal and fell asleep across a row of seats.
... could make out the signatures including John Hancock, George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. There were much more to see than these 4 documents and we strolled around for a while coming across documents like the Emancipation Proclamation made by Abraham Lincoln. Left the National Archives around 6 pm Space and Air Museum for a second less crowded look where we took in the Imax Theatre. Got back to our hotel around 8 pm.
... a tearful goodbye to our cats (we didn't hug Rocky and Paulie nearly as much as usualy...that's their punishment!). Leaving our peaceful valley we set our sights on the great state of Pennsylvania! And by great I mean horrendously awful.
You see, I have a gripe with Pennsylvania. If I ever wrote a travel guide for visitors coming to the United States I would most likely omit this commonwealth all together! Yep, there would just be a big hole ...