Extended Stay America - Columbia - Gateway Drive
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... and that the train stopped running at 11 pm. We were able to switch our seats to the front of coach section and the flight crew was able to arrange for an electric cart to meet us on arrival. We raced through the empty concourse and made it to the departure gate 5 minutes before the doors were closed. However, it took about another hour to recover from our wild ride. However we made our flight and our trip to Peru would start on ...
... then proceeded down to baggage claim. As we'd already done the stamps and customs bits, we were out much quicker than we'd thought. Which did create one little problem. We were a bit early for Adrianne to pic us up from the Metro station. Still, we left a message on her telephone and caught the next bus to the Metro station. We then got the Metro to Vienna station and hoped that Adrianne had got the message. Unfortunately, we were either too early or we'd missed her, so ...
... tree was for the states and territories, and the ornaments for each came from that state. The large tree had a train winding around its base. A handbell choir was playing Christmas songs as we walked around through the trees. Santa had set up his workshop close by, complete with a mail room, wrapping station, naughty-nice detector, an elf sleeping loft, and Santa himself.
After that we drove to the National Zoo ...
... Talking to mostly Americans all night was amusing mind you, one of them actually played rugby and I was able to have a conversation with him (despite my limited knowledge of the game). Most Americans actually have no idea about anything in NZ, I even had a very serious question about whether we ate kangaroo meat (she reasoned that since we were so close, we must eat a lot of it). A good night out at any rate.
I woke up this morning at the ripe ...
... San Juan to Houston, we are now 2:45 into the flight – wow, more than halfway there already. I’ve been busy sorting through my photos from the last few days of this trip and then writing this blog entry. We have 2:15 until our scheduled arrival into IAH at 10:45. I have a 2:10 layover before my connecting flight home to DCA. This is definitely a circuitous route home, but the upside of getting up super early this morning and taking these Continental flights back ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed