Embassy Suites Hotel Tysons Corner
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... the tail was still there in the middle of bones and some flesh. Beeerk.
In the evening, Lucky was used to get inside for the night around 11 pm. This is rather late for me, so I tried 10 pm. Well, he came in all right, and after 5 minutes stood by the door to go out, making horrible sounds like cats can do when they are outraged. So I let him out, took a book, and waited for an hour. Then he came inside and was ok.
... chuckle at that last one, even the kids too), the streets were lined with the most beautiful colonial houses with grand steps to their front doors and flowered pot plants perched on their windows. It was the opposite of LA; quiet, quaint and clean.
We woke up this morning excited and ready to see everything in day light. We hopped onto a to a local bus to take us to Union Station for our day tour around the capital of America.
First stop: Capitol Hill. ...
... a big walk up the hill. Eating breakfast at 7am and lunch at 3pm isn't quite cutting it, but should be great for my diet and exercise plan! Speaking of exercise, People in DC love to run and bike. It is so nice. Reminds me of Chattanooga, but on a much larger scale, of course!
Now to get back on track, I viewed the Kennedy site and headed toward the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers. I viewed the changing of the wreaths done by some schools. Very neat. Wonder how I can get a group ...
The Capitol Hill, where the US congress resides, is a very interesting building when it comes to history and architecture. There are free walking tours available (about 1 hour long), but first you have to register online for them: www.visitthecapitol.gov. Well worth a visit! Just be sure not to carry any water, other liquids or food with you as they won't allow you to enter with them.
At the end of my stay in the capital I also took ...
... and JFK's grave. We then moved off the see the Lincoln memorial, that was pretty amazing such a huge statue and monument. Next was some of the war memorials the Vietnam, Nurses memorial and then on to the wall of names. We got as close as we could for eh White House, there were some protests going on and the road was blocked off. Finally we went to Capitol Hill to take some photos. ...