Courtyard by Marriott Tysons Corner Fairfax
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Sylvia and Stuart's flight to Washington was delayed by 2 hours and hit some exciting turbulence, but Mandy and Craig's ride up from Virginia Beach went quickly and a lot more smoothly. The main thing is we're safely together again. For Craig, it felt like only yesterday since we were last on the road together. Tomorrow, Sylvia and Stuart pick up …
Gisteravond zijn we vergeten een wekker te zetten en we worden dan ook pas om 9 uur wakker. Wel lekker, maar betekent dat we moeten opschieten, want we hebben om 11.20 een tour voor het Capitool gereserveerd. Om half 10 zitten we aan het ontbijt. We krijgen koffie en thee en er is vers gebakken ei en pancakes ipv uit verpakkingen. Zo luxe zijn we …
Last night Nick drew up a map for us to follow today, taking us on a walking tour past most of the big ticket sights in DC. We set off slightly later than intended but we were in good spirits as we started the 20 minute walk from Nick's place to the White House. We took some photos, marvelled at the fact that world changing decisions are made in that building and simultaneously hoped that the guy on the roof with binoculars wasn't a ...
... states for locating the capital along the Potomac River. As part of the legislation, Philadelphia was chosen as a temporary capital for ten years (until December 1800), until the nation's capital in Washington, D.C. would be ready."
"The United States Capitol is the meeting place of the United States Congress, the legislature of the U.S. federal government. Located in Washington, D.C., it sits atop Capitol Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall. Though it ...
... and Arlington Cemetery was a solemn visit: we were all extremely impressed with the changing of the guard and a wreath laying ceremony. Acres of white gravestones in straight lines when viewed from any angle. A quiet and respectful day in which the fallen were remembered. It was great to see that Australia had left tokens at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, including a plaque by our Ben Roberts-Smith VC, ...