Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Chantilly
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and shrimp noodles. I think I had the best deal. We're back on the bus at qtr to eight, then we start our tour properly. We go to the WW2 memorial first, then onto Roosavelt, M L King, Korean memorial and finally back to Lincoln. To be honest the day was the fullest we have had yet, I don't know how much more we could have crammed in. We arrive back at the hotel at 22:30 and it's time for bed. The writing is a bit rushed at the end sorry for that, ...
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 ...
... little area and about a 10 - 15 min walk to the Whitehouse and other attractions in the area. Our 4 nights in Washington DC were pretty much taken up with sightseeing as there is so much to see and do if you're into museums and history. The history of the city was so interesting and hard to imagine all that went on there before Australia was even founded! There are so many museums in DC and they are all free of charge which is ...
Arlington National Cemetery was our first stop today. It really is an amazing place with over 600,000 graves including JFK, Jackie, their 2 day old son Patrick and a daughter who was stillborn - their plot is the site of the eternal flame.
Then there is the Tomb of the Unknowns which has the remains of men from WW1, WW2, Korea and Vietnam. It is guarded 24 hours ...
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 ...