Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Chantilly - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the group need a restroom stop, this arranged and we stop at the Kennedy centre for the performing arts. Free restrooms and easy to park the bus, this turns into a bit of a tour as we walk in one door and exit another. Next it's onto the White House, we park in a side street and walk 200 yards and then it just appears in front of you, as you can imagine it is packed with people trying to get that perfect picture. Not sure if it's just ...
... its very dirty and there's a lot of people, but they have people and plaques that explain everything. There's a building inside of the monument that has other statues and plaques and all this other stuff. Its so cool!
There's so much to see and to explain its a "you had to be there" ...
Today was very cool. We walked around D.C. all day and saw so many amazing things. My favorite things today were the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Capitol building.The Capitol was the first thing we saw and it was a lot bigger than I thought it would be. When we walked up to the Washington Monument they were sold out of tickets to ride to the top. We asked someone how much it costs and he said it is free and he had 2 extra tickets that he gave to us. The ride to the ...
... from Dulles to Rome with a 4 hour layover in Vienna. We hope to have our first blog post on Wednesday night.
As always, I would prefer that you not "like" our blog posts on Facebook. We don't want the entire Facebook nation knowing where we are and what we are doing!
Until we post from Rome, ...
... just in case).
He ended up paying for both of them with our Metro cards. I think this was a bit of a miracle - our Metro cards were carefully calculated to be empty at this point. For some odd reason, Will decided to try swiping them. Amazingly enough, there was enough money in the Metro cards to pay for both of them and we got them on the bus! The husband offered to write us a check and we declined. I was completely thrilled we were able to be "Good Samaritans". One of ...