Doubletree Hotel Dulles Airport-Sterling
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... straight pajamas, and some look like they’re prepared hike up a mountain immediately upon exiting their plane. Seriously, next time you’re at an airport, keep track of how many people wear those hardcore hiking shoes. It’s astonishing. They must be really comfortable shoes, because they don’t look particularly convenient for getting through security.
Security was fairly simple, although I did get stopped because I forgot to take my ...
... across the street from the zoo so we decided to kill some time there until Kelly's girlfriend, Abby, got off from work. It was great getting to catch up with Kelly. I hadn't seen her in several years.
Abby caught the metro to meet us there and we all went to Open City Cafe. The food was good, but a bit overpriced and the portions were small. I mentioned that I loved falafel and Abby told me about a really good place she ...
... about making it up to me; I said yeah right and hung up.
Off to Key West for breakfast. We decided to start the day at Harpoon Harry’s, a Key West classic. We were lucky enough to have Les Nessman for our waiter. Now I know what happens when you are not "on the air in Cincinnati". The breakfast was good but service was slow. Properly stuffed, it was time to walk downtown to the corner of Flemming and ...
... selection of tunes and Dylan himself seemed so full of energy. Knopfler played the first few songs then left the stage. About 15 tunes all up including Ballad For a Thin Man, Like a Rolling Stone, Tangle Up In Blue, Like a Rolling Stone and my favourite All along the Watchtower- "there must be some kind of way outta here said the joker to the bee" Buzzed all the way home but that may have been because I inhaled as we left the stadium. Nudge nudge. Worth every cent for this amazing ...
... It was extremely warn today.
There are over 320,000 buried at Arlington Cemetery and covers over 624 acres and most of it is on hills.
We hiked up to the Kennedy memorial. A moving tribute.
We then headed further up the hill to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
We arrived in time to see the changing ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services