Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Alexandria - Eisenhower Ave.

Address: 200 Blue Stone Rd., Alexandria, Virginia, 22304, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Seminary Hill area of Alexandria, is near Old Town Waterfront, Washington Masonic National Memorial, Fort Ward Museum and Park, and Cameron Run Regional Park.
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Travel Blogs from Alexandria

Bill's 90th in Washington DC /Alexandria, Virginia

A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Nov 03, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... long talks with him. We are not sure if he could hear them enough to really know what they were saying in detail, but he would smile and acknowledge their thanks. Americans hold their servicemen & women in very high regard and being amongst the war memorials there was more emotion, although even when we were back in Alexandria the same happened. Bill had picked up the hat only recently from Walmart, the big discount store. Interestingly he ...

USA Part 5 - DC, Philly, Smokies, and Beyond

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jul 07, 2014

3 comments, 67 photos

... 8217;s in my hands. Gemma all but bolted at that sight.
















Andy was familiarising himself with the locals at the Walmart down the road. He just wanted a real American experience...
















We spent two nights in Cary with Gemma and Andy and watched the World Cup Final ...

Our Nation's Capital

A travel blog entry by historyhunters on Jun 02, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... White House and Washington Monument.  Then we headed to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.  When it opened we were one of the first ones inside for the day.  The museum covers the Holocaust from 1933-1945 and shows how the Nazi party came to power.  It also teaches you about the Nazi persecution, mass murder and world war the began during that time.  It was saddening to know about these events in our history.  One ...

Washington DC - war memorials

A travel blog entry by culvy on Nov 13, 2013

34 photos

... was our tour guide, he was great, pointed out all the major landmarks in the city and took us to each war memorials. First stop, Arlington National Cemetery. I didn't realise just how big the cemetery was until we arrived. It is broken up into 2 main areas, old graves (variety of different grave stones) and newer graves (every single grave stone is the same so that more can fit). Then there are 50 different sections within ...

Hello Mr President

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Aug 27, 2013

261 photos

... of Washington, as there is so much to just see even without ever going indoors. We were staying 5 blocks south of the Mall so we spent a lot of time walking around, no need to use the Metro.

Sunday morning and the Mall has a great feel. It turns into a park with locals playing touch football or Frisbee or flying a kite. The Mall always makes me think of the formal nature of the city, the planned layout, the seat of the massive power of the US ...