DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Sterling - Dulles Airport
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... and a TV screen filled with fun movies, games and music in our seats! I can't wait to see what Europe has in store for us!! It is time for take off next to Crystal and Marlana! It is sure to be a fun flight with these two! Until next time, America!!
... attack. The youngest of the 184 people was just 3 years old. Her entire family died, as they were on the plane that hit the building. We got back on the Metro and went over to Arlington National Cemetery. We saw the Kennedy burial site. We went over to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We sat and watched the soldier march back and forth until the changing of the ...
... is the one Tara particarly wanted to go to. Once Ollie awoke I went out to get us both a late lunch and then the other two got back at about 4.30 having had a lovely, if a little harrowing, time at the museum. 10pm Ollie feeling much better so we went back to Georgetown for a mooch around and some tapas at a Spanish restaurant the others had booked earlier today. It was a really lovely meal and nice to have some European cuisine for a ...
With 5hours until the flight to Roanoke there is nothing to do apart from breathe in the smell of 100 different deep fried foods. Bill has started as he means to go on and is straight in with the local cuisine. Seen some strange passenger transport vehicle buzzing around, but that is the highlight so far. Dave thinks fruit salad and a treble espresso is a healthy option. Dunking Donuts are the way to go for an all round ...
... was super easy which never puts me at ease. Flying is nothing more then shapparding cattle in the sky's, at least that is how me and the rest of the passengers feel. I did have the pleasure of sitting behind a guy with sleep apnea. I have never seen a fat man jiggle every time he snored (until today). This guy was horrible. I thought the lady sitting next to this oversized man was going to punch him in the mouth ...