Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Chantilly - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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So I was planning to spend the day in Loudoun County,
Virginia’s so-called hunt country and northernmost wine region driving through
the scenic hills in fall foliage colors with stops at the historic towns, several
plantation estates, and a few of the multitude of wineries. That’s good weather
touring, though, and the forecast was for heavy rain. This time they got it
right; it turned out to be one of those ...
... to attract high profile professionals from the city. Originally a whites-only neighborhood, by the 1940s it became a major focal point for the African-American elite as many prominent figures resided here. A stadium, Howard University and university hospital were located there.Today LeDroit Park residents represent a wide variety of ethnic groups. The diversity entices new residents to the community, as well as its close proximity to a Metro station and many dining options.
... the hall. After that we drove around to the steps where the rocky movie was filmed. Obviously I had never heard of these nor understood their significance so I took some pictures and ran up them but wasn't overly excited. The rain did not help at all. Once we left the steps we were on our way to Washington, D.C. I don't think it stopped raining the entire time we were driving. For lunch we stopped off in Maryland at a rest stop which had heaps of fast ...
Well the title pretty much sums up today. We had a much needed sleep-in which was followed by a much needed coffee then we headed out for a much needed lunch. A shortish walk several blocks away we found a small Japanese restaurant that seemed extremely popular. We had to wait a good half an hour to get ...
On the train again, heading back to NYC for the night. DC was great, just didn't have enough time there. Washington is a very flat city after New York, no skyscrapers, but heaps of government buildings and museums all in a similar, palatial style, massive roman columns etc.. We paid up for the hop on, hop off double decker bus tours & tried to get a look at as much of the city as we could. ...