Days Inn Arlington, Pentagon
Photos of Days Inn Arlington, Pentagon
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Arlington, Pentagon
Travel Blogs from Arlington
It’s really, really cold at night in the Andes in winter, you should probably bring a warmer jacket than either of us did.
There’s not a lot to do in Rio during the day when it’s raining.
If the owner of the Argentine ranch you’re eating at demands that you keep drinking, it’s best to keep drinking.
Don’t put too much faith in reservations with travel agencies in Arica, Chile.
... as some were leaving the army.
Around the park to in front of the White House until a policeman on a pushbike gave orders for every one to clear the area, why? I wanted a picture ( but I didnt ask or argue with him! You dont argue with these guys!) About 30 mins later the presidential helicopter flew in. Helen was able to snap a pic before we left, and you can see the security teams on the roof. Must be procedure every time BO comes or ...
... Miss hurry!!! They led me through the entrance and to a fence which looked out on a field full of dandelions! So beautiful! Glenn, Ian and Nicky had already picked me one each. The unicorn desperately wanted to romp and frolic in the field but I just couldn’t let him. We went into the visitor center for a movie presentation by Pat Sajak about the plantation. Then we saw a 20 minute movie called “We fight to be free”. In the middle of the movie, I ...
... br> The zoo was pretty cool but it was super cold, back to -5/10, and not all of the animals were outside. However on the way to the zoo I did see a BLACK squirrel! That is the squirrel trifecta! I've seen many grey ones, red ones in Russia and now a black one! Turns out back squirrels are the same species of squirrel as the grey ones, just a slightly different adaptations. There are also white squirrels but sadly did not see one. I did see a combo squirrel (Appleseed) ...
Shortly after I turned 21, I made a list of "30 Things to Do Before I Turn 30." I can't remember where or how I got the idea to do this, but I distinctly remember writing it out on a scrap sheet of paper while on a flight home from a vacation in New Mexico with my mom and brother in 2005. I transferred the list to a computer document once home, and have referred to it with some regularity over the years. It's fun to see what I considered important ...