Econo Lodge Metro

6800 Lee Hwy., Arlington, Virginia, 22213, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6800 Lee Hwy., Arlington, is near Tysons Corner Center, The State Theatre, The 930 Club, and Claude Moor Colonial Farm at Turkey Run.
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    Travel Blogs from Arlington

    The Power of One (to One )

    A travel blog entry by stuartcameron19 on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... a more traditional pen and paper approach. For me this really is they key to effective use of ICTs in classroom programmes. Another aspect of the programme at Jamestown that was innovative was the use of iTunesU. The teachers create courses for their students that include a range of links to websites and other digital media. This means that the students can access relevant resources without having to go onto the open internet. This non-reliance ...

    New Years Eve 2013

    A travel blog entry by webebookersyall on Dec 31, 2013

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    The last posting of 2013 (actually 2014 in the UK for part of this posting) We were about to head out to The First Night Festival in Falls Church when the London fireworks came on TV. Perhaps we are becoming increasingly patriotic out here, but the fireworks in London are definitely the best. We then tried to leave the house, when the Facebook crowd kicked off in style, full ...

    Bus tour of Washington and more Smithsonian

    A travel blog entry by carolynscreen on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... was for a jet plane like an FA18. One gets buckled in with a 5 point harness and you control the joy stick while trying to shoot down planes. It pitches and yaws and spins you upside down. It was hard work but great fun. Again the score said 2 kills but I think I would have crashed into the ocean after a short while. After this Andrew visited the American Indian ...

    DC

    A travel blog entry by jlarkin on Aug 30, 2013

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    Tour of the pentagon consisted of three people from Tokyo, Japan, two women from Hungary, a couple from Australia (one of whom originally from Scotland)...and one Minnesotan. The pentagon is truly like its own city of 23,000 people. They had movie stores, candy stores, flower shops, dentist's offices, eyeglass stores, etc. We went down a corridor dedicated to each branch of the military and our guide flooded us with lots of names and dates. He said the guides are ...

    Before I Begin...

    A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jun 20, 2013

    ... social inclusion; I am a synthesizer of perspectives and voices heard from different sides of this issue and lastly I am an advocate for knowledge, change and inclusion for all abilities and ages. These are ambitious roles to fit ambitious goals, I recognize that. I also recognize that my work will be nowhere close to solving the problem of social isolation in elderly communities and communities of people with MS. In fact, my work will not even melt the tip ...