Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Alexandria - Landmark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... designers all over the world. Not cheap, but the type of items you buy for life. if I would live there I would be a regular customer. Say once a year ;-)
A little farther, this Traditions de France furniture shop, lovely, and genuine French managers! Aaah I could speak a little French!
We finished the walk at the Torpedo factory that is transformed into a collection or artists workshops, you can see them work and buy if you ...
... 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 ...
... the fundraiser was produced to benefit Bridge to Turkey
Fund and DC’s N Street Village. Nearly 150 people attended-- including a
sprinkling of men—to listen to the great strides these associations have
gained. The purpose of this fundraiser was to “empower girls in Turkey through
education and to help homeless and low-income women in the Washington, DC
... school kids beat us to it! Instead we visited the crime & punishment museum & then I was going to check out the 2nd half of the Air & Space Museum located at Washington Dulles International Airport, but a miscalculation in just how far away that was put an end to that! A quick run through the American History Museum & it was time to jump back on the train to ...
... It is about 29 degrees, full sunshine and this guy is heavily dressed in official clothing... We hope he gets a break from time to time. Poor guy. We walk onwards to find some more gravesites and end up at the very other side of the cemetery. It seems not many people come out here... From time to time we do spot some funerals that have just ended or are in progress. Proof that it is still frequently used for newly fallen ...