Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Alexandria - Landmark

205 North Breckinridge Place, Alexandria, Virginia, 22312, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Alexandria West area of Alexandria, is near Old Town Waterfront, Fort Ward Museum and Park, Cameron Run Regional Park, and Upton Hill Regional Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    Ready to Dive in!!

    A travel blog entry by traveltussi on Mar 13, 2014

    1 photo

    ... reef in the Northern Hemisphere. This reef runs over 900 kilometers from Cozumel in the north
    to Honduras in the south. The section of reef that fringes Mahahual is
    typified by finger formations. These formations have created numerous canyons
    and swim trough’s. The reef is extremely healthy. You will see a large amount
    of plate coral, cactus coral and numerous other species of both hard and soft
    corals. ...

    Days 213 - 218: USA - Road Trip, East Coast

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Dec 13, 2013

    109 photos

    ... to drive to New York City in our beast of a car. The car hire company has given us a GMC Yukon V8 4x4, 8 seater monster truck. The first state off the rank is FLORIDA with it's Hispanic feel. Much of the signage is in Spanish. Miami has similarities to the Gold Coast. It has similar beaches, canals, palm trees, high rises and wide open roads. Most of our exploring in Florida will be left for when Allison and Adriaan are here in February.
    A few hours North of Miami is the ...

    More Museums & Monuments

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 31, 2013

    I missed a section of my day yesterday. in the evening after the PO I hit up the National Museum of Nature. It is very indepth, starting from the very beginning with the first micro-organisms before going onto dinasours, the first mammals, the ice age and then humans. Before I got kicked out for closing I briefly went through the modern mammals exhibit too. Here they had a section dedicated to photography in nature. The pictures were stunning. Crystal sharp. It really puts my point ...

    G'day from WA (Washington D.C that is!)

    A travel blog entry by jennell on Jun 12, 2013

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... of a seated Lincoln was situated in the centre of the building whilst some of his most famous speeches, including the Gettysburg address, were written on the walls surrounding him. Directly outside the building (still at the top of the stairs) was the place where Martin Luther King made his "I have a dream" speech. It was pretty inspiring to see a site so synonymous with Civil Rights.

    We next walked out to Arlington Cemetary. It was a ...

    Day 3 - Washington DC

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 05, 2013

    45 photos

    ... kept going. Another quick bus ride and we arrived a Mount Vernon. Mount Vernon was the home of George Washington. He inherited the house when his step brother died. General Washington loved Mount Vernon and he felt it was the perfect place. He made several additions to the house, several out buildings, landscaping, farms, grist mill, whiskey distillery, gardens, and farms. He had several slaves to help tend his various ...