Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Alexandria - Landmark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... in their apartment and it was a really fun time. Around 4am we decided to head back to the house and crash.
I woke up the next morning and made the boys and Marie some breakfast. After Marie went to work we cleaned up the house a little, packed our bags, and headed out to the National Mall. For those who don't know, the National Mall is a stretch of land that goes from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capital Building and in between is ...
... or -for safety reasons- 300 meters from Dulles. That brought my window back to 6 hours before I had to return. But what the hell. It doesn't seem like staying here is going to get me anywhere. I always worry about the risks of the unknown but decided to go for it now. It was cold. They promised a sunny day with 15 degrees. Exceptional here at this time of year. Outside there were still piles of snow and white mountains. The bus drove over the freeway ...
We got up early for us and checked out of the hotel, managed to find a bus that took us across to 11th avenue to find our megabus stop. There was a massive queue but luckily there was two buses and ours was the second bus so we were right at the front of the queue. We managed to get the front seats upstairs and were looking forward to the view but first we went through New Jersey, which isn't a pretty area. Then it started ...
... was a statue of 3x US nurses tending to a wounded soldier denoting the different races of the US once again. There is one nurse who is kneeling behind with her head hung, bearing the weight of the war on her shoulders for all of the women at home who have husbands or sons fighting the war. We saw Lincoln's memorial which is quite famous and took some photos. Finally we went to the White House and took photos. I thought this would be so much bigger than what it was. The East wing ...