Courtyard Arlington Crystal City/Reagan National Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... care less. She told me she would not allow me to board sooner.
Back at my seat in the waiting area, I began to take some of the most sensitive items out of my carry-on. I took the "lighter" carry-on back to the gate agent and said I would check the bag. She “gave up” and said it was ok to board with those in Zone 1. I returned to my seat and re-packed the bag.
When it was time to board, I stood near the ...
As previously stated, short city breaks are becoming my forte, so I decided to go twice as hard this time and do the good ole sight seeing Washington DC in a doable 24 hours. (Allowing myself to cope purely on adrenaline after an overnight flight which was apparently a test of how cold i cold allow my feet to get before being allowed to sleep through the pain... something i hope reminds me ...
... be buried there. Arlington is filling up. They have on average 20-22 funerals a day there! Per day!! It is strictly military that is buried their and their families if they want to be buried there too. When we were walking around the kids loved reading the years on all of the different graves and figuring out how old everyone was. Real world math! We visited Kennedy’s grave as well as that of Taft. 2 of the three presidents buried in Arlington. Taft was our ...
... a 10am 3-hour Segway tour, taking in DC's main sights including White House where (President Obama and family lives), the J Edger Hoover Building (where the FBI are based), Capitol Hill (where Congress sits - USA Parliament), The National Mall including the Smithsonian Museums, the Washington Monument, finishing at the Lincoln Memorial. After covering some ground on the Segway's and learning as we rolled, we had a sandwich at Jimmy Johns, preparing ourselves for a Smithsonian ...
... br> I've read that some drivers are awesome and some are not very good and so if you don't like your driver it's best to get off the bus and try for the next one. However the social aspect of the tour is a factor too because you are spending a lot of time with the other people on the bus it's likely you will make friends and if I get a good group I may want to stay with the group.
The main thing I am a little nervous about ...