Courtyard by Marriott Tysons Corner Fairfax
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... of photos inside and then outside. By then it was 4.30pm and I had been out since 10am. Decided to walk back to Union station and pick up something for tea. Bought subway! Then walked 1/2 hour back to hotel. Was a hot humid day - actually had finally been able to buy a hat at the Library of the Congress shop. So back at the hotel I went for a swim, also a relaxing spa and back to room to recover. My feet were rather sore, so need to regain strength for next 2 ...
... is a massive museum and there was lots to see. It was different to what i saw in 2008, so i managed to cover most of the ground level, seeing lots of stuff and i got to the gems and stones section. It was here that i took a few hundred pictures of all the cool looking different types of rocks.
Then it was time to head back to where the coach was going to pick us up from. I walked across the mall and went to the Smithsonian castle, i had a quick look around and then ...
... He is such a wealth of knowledge! We went to the Star Spangled Banner exhibit. It was my favorite, and gave me chills and goosebumps the size of the orange eggs you get on top of sushi!! No lie! Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner when he was a prisoner of the British when they were attacking Fort McHenry (I think). They didn’t want to kill him as he was a civilian, but they didn’t want to let him go either as he had seen all of ...
... could not make it for the time-slot we were given; we hope to have another chance to visit here.
So we had four busy days of exploring, but I believe I speak for Vera as well when I say that .... we are glad to back home!
Happy Holidays ...
... me at least) Smithsonian museum scene. Stop one was the Air and Space Museum. I had been determined to appreciate the aviation and engineering skill like an adult, but spent the overwhelming majority of my 2 hours there imagining flying in fighter jet cockpits, learning from interactive games how planes actually fly, getting annoyed at the kids hogging the wind tunnel (although I've flown a real plane so the joke's on them), and feeling smug that my reflexes are, by ...