Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Chantilly
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Travel Blogs from Chantilly
... Arlington's Tomb of the Unknowns equals anything we can do. I saw the Pentagon, the FBI Building, Congress, the White House, Ford Theatre...all iconic buildings, all easy to find. Homeless people. Begging...worse than NYC. Water fountains everywhere. Smartcard metro tickets like Oyster but only a dollar 75 per trip. The biggest Ethiopian community in the world outside Ethiopia. I'm going ...
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 ...
... and Eshaan for walking along on both days without too much complaints; we must have walked about 12-14 miles between the two days around the National Mall.
Excellent visit to DC and thanks to our friends Biju & Ruby for hosting us. We were even able to celebrate graduation for both their kids from HS to college and to middle to HS!
Off to Richmond, VA and Lexington, KY
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 last day the confederate army marched on the union soldiers with enough numbers to form a line a mile wide (13 000 men)! And yet the Union we able to hold them off in a turning point of the war. We finished the day with a visit to the Soldiers National Cemetery. Land was purchased on Cemetery Hill specially for the soldiers that lost their lives during Gettysburg. It's a beautiful area where ...