Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Chantilly - Dulles South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Chantilly - Dulles South
Travel Blogs from Chantilly
... other parts the blocks were bigger as were the houses.
Just when we thought we would not find shops and programmed Tom to take us home, we happened upon commercial life. Found a few parking spots between cars but the signs did not indicate that it was legal to pack there. Seems like parking rules may be disobeyed like speed limits. However, we did not want to take the risk. Eventually found a spot where we had to pay for 1/2 hour until it was ...
... It's basically a hotdog bun with pulled beef and cheese, with whatever other toppings you would like. I just had a plain one with tomato sauce (sorry, ketchup), but it was definitely worth the hype :). We also visited the Liberty bell in the central area, and although significant in history and for the local parliament, at the end of the day, it's a bell. Not super exciting and the line is always ridiculously long (otherwise ...
We are finally getting into trip mode. Yes, we should've been in trip mode for the last month, but that's another story. The kids are back in school, we are healthy and rested and ready for adventure!!
We are copying passports, getting travel-sized toiletries, and converting dollars to euros. We are downloading apps, figuring out how "not to roam," and finding the best ways to stay in touch while ...
... of the time I find them to have the most insightful travel stories. Those who travel in groups tend to simply hold a more superficial view of their travel experiences, i.e. statements to the effect of I did x, y, z. In contrast, the solo travelers' rendition of their adventures on the road tend to be more animated, and yes, they love to expand on the emotional, intuitive and the contextual aspects that most ...
... because the crew was stuck in traffic, we departed 20 minutes later. It did not take very long to feel the need to continue my testament once more as the plane experienced the worse turbulence ever felt in over thirty years of travel. I tried to hang onto Francois's hand as we both were in aisle seats and I was really concerned as were most of the passengers. The plane tossed and dropped while the lightning lit up the sky and the captain reminded ...