Extended Stay America - Columbia - Columbia Parkway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 3 hours seeing the White House (which was cool because there was a guard out the front of the office which meant Obama was in his office), Executive building, Monument, Abraham Lincoln memorial and much more. After our tour had finished we walked to a burger place for lunch which was great. Then we walked back to the Lincoln memorial and had a better look, then it ...
The tower is widely recognised in civil engineering folk law. It is the World’s tallest masonry load bearing structure and is comprised of 88 million bricks and thousands of tonnes of stone. Impressive.
That structure paled in comparison to this incredible feat of architectural brilliance. ...
... We were not able to get tickets to go into the White House on this trip. However we did stop by for a photo of the President’s home and waved a friendly hello to President Obama from behind the guarded house.
Throughout the day with had three individual meetings with staff from Senator Corker, Senator Alexander, and Congressman Fleischmann. Each one had their office decorated very distinctly to their representatives liking. Senator ...
... on tv regarding the assassination, new theories about what actually happened, etc. Well the JFK memorial was simple and the changing of the guard quite moving. Security was obvious wherever you went in Washington. You may recall about two months ago a woman had tried to drive through to the White House ...the phrase constant vigilance came to mind. We popped into the National Air and Space Musem, back to the museum of American History, and visited the Smithsonian National ...
Unique to DC
I stayed in a cute neighborhood comprised of row houses near Ledroit Park, which to me seemed like a diverse area. The people were quite outgoing and friendly. I was pleasantly surprised by the number of people who would complement each other randomly on the street, or the people who would say hello to their neighbors on their patios. There was also an awesome (but relatively expensive) local ...