Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Chantilly
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Bob and I leave tomorrow evening for a week in Rome. We plan to continue our tradition of lame travel blogging, this time from Italy. You have expressed interest in our travels, so I have included you in the distribution. We will be spending the entire week in Rome and are looking forward to it. On Tuesday night, ...
... It had started snowing while we were at dinner & as I had never been in a city with snow before, we decided to walk the 3kms home. It was great apart from snow flakes continually blowing into my eyes. Got back to the hostel & got stuck listening to the man on duty's life story for close to an hour. Sam asked him about the commotion the previous night. He explained that a former employee, that had been fired for stealing was still staying at the hostel & was ...
... progress. Highlights, Apollo spacecraft which went to space in our lifetime! Amelia Earhart's plane she flew solo across the Atlantic Ocean. An interesting place . I love lots especially stuff with lots of photos for the kiddies and their usual space interests .. Walk again as we emerged from ( a fair way down says Phil as I want to find out) Independence/ 7th ave. I was protesting I cannot walk that far as we have left home @ 9.15 and ...
... with a lovely view. The town is full of old-fashioned red brick buildings, and, together with the autumn leaves, it felt as though we were on a film set.
After a few days in Annapolis, we spent our final road trip day driving around the area in a storm, cursing the government for spoiling our plans. It was then time to return to DC for a night bus to Boston, after a few games of bowling and a lot of fist shaking at federal buildings.
Next stop: Boston!
... bags (meaning I'd have to go through security a second time). Unfortunately, the check in desks were closed for the night when I got there meaning I'd have to wait until 4 AM to get in line.
Unable to find a comfortable place to sleep, I read World War Z until 4 AM, checked in, got my boarding pass and checked my bag. I then went through security for the second time. I found my terminal and fell asleep across a row of seats.