Days Inn Dumfries
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... the most beautiful cities we have been in so far. It is classy and stately. On Day One Washington, DC we did a walking tour of The National Mall (that does Not mean Shopping) but included the White House, War Memorials, The Capital and gardens. We put on miles and miles. Definitely tourist friendly area with so much to look at. We were doing the proverbial rubber-necking constantly. On Day Two Washington, DC: we saw the National Geographic ...
... that Washington had
that many memorials, they seemed to be everywhere. There were a lot of parklands,
with lots of people. Things are more spread out here than in New York and a
We got back to the Train Station
early enough to get Tea, we wanted to get something other than Junk Food, It is
amazingly hard to find any food that doesn’t resemble junk food in the US, even
... scary - the lanes are much narrower than the freeway lanes we had been used to, and we always seemed to be penned in by buses or lorries. Soon we had entered the garden state and were heading south on the New Jersey turnpike. As we travelled further south the traffic seemed to have periods of opening up, followed by periods of standstill which set the tone for the day. We stopped at a services for lunch and went to Quiznos (a bit like ...
... Such housing developments consist of interminable new,uniform, suburban housing ( town houses and single family ie free-standing houses) interspersed with large strip malls, the largest being 1.5 mils of outlet stores, and still plenty of greenery in between, largely government parks. The single family houses in Ellen's broader area some 24 ml from DC and hence a commuter area, are large- 2 floors plus basement large enough ...
... welcomes people of all faiths and perspectives, unfortunately unable due to time constraints unable to walk through to view apparently fantastic stained glass windows. Driving down Embassy Row viewing over 50 Embassies and Consulate homes, continuing through Georgetown, would have loved to spend more time browsing through shops and buildings, and possibly having lunch in this area
Hopping off at Lafayette Square to walk around viewing front and back of White ...