Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Centreville - Manassas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was 25 -26 degrees Celsius. Once I arrived I went to store my luggage at my hostel (it cost $4 to do so, which I wasn't impressed by at all the other places it has been complimentary. Anyway, not letting that spoil my day I walked passed the White House and onward to the meeting point for my Segway tour. I have wanted to ride a Segway for sometime now, essentially since Gob from Arrested Development appeared on my screen ...
"You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart will always be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of knowing and falling in love with people in more than one place."
It is officially 23 days before I go off to Vienna. Of course, my mind is far too scatterbrained to think of all the things I need to be get done before I leave.. but I did remember that I want to try and write a blog, or keep some ...
... lot out of it and it was practically "wasted" to bring them. On the other hand, it gave me a huge eye-opener in time for our London trip in March. I had planned 9 days of straight museums. I have completely re-arranged our plans and am also willing to spend a bit of money to delight them rather than focusing only on free things. I think if I had done the Washington hop on hop off tour, that would have been the novelty needed to engage my kids. Good learning experience for this planner ...
Took the subway into Washington. Got off at Smithsonian stop. Started walking to the White House. We saw a long line and I asked the guard what it was for and he said to see the White House Gardens and we could get tickets across the street. Then he asked, "How many in your party?" When I said 4, he said he only had 3.. He went and got another ticket and let us in at the front of the line. It was amazing. We walked right by the front steps. We stood next ...
... of the building and we took the metro to Union Station so we now have a good idea of what we'll experience Tuesday morning when we go there to take the train to New York. That means tomorrow is our last day in Washington. We'll be going to Arlington Cemetery first thing in the morning, followed by a museum and a gallery visit, and then over to Georgetown. A jam-packed day means we're super tired and ready to go to bed so we can get up and do it all again tomorrow. Good night ...