Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Fairfax - Fair Oaks Mall
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... amazing. I mean, we always imagined those advertised MPGs were only accomplished with an empty car, driven by a short, skinny test driver going around a test-track at 55 mph on a day without any wind, but that MPG stuff is apparently genuine.
We drove through 13 states in the following order: California, Nevada, ...
... views of the main tourist hot spots, and Korean gelato for dessert.
The next day, overcast but no forecast for rain, we set-off to explore the shutdown D.C. by foot. First stop was the White House, though unfortunately the president wasn’t to be seen. Next we walked down the mall past the reflecting pond to the Lincoln memorial. If we had arrived 30mins earlier we would have been able to jump over the temporary fence and get an up close view of ...
... to put into words. I'll try to set the stage, but I won't come to doing it justice.
The virginia sun is setting, we are quickly losing daylight, we've had less than 800 calories between us, our planned hotel has a ***** outside the main office.
At this point, there is nothing to do but call a life timeout. We have 4 hotels under $75, all with equal chances of being murdered in. Panera gives ...
... worth seeing though are the JFK memorial garden, which has some of his best quotes about war (the "common enemies of man" etc), and the changing of the guard at the grave of the Unknown Soldier. I felt both sorry for and impressed by the marine on duty, who despite the boiling heat and his full dress uniform, dutifully carried out his routine of marching 22 paces, stopping, pausing 20 seconds, switching rifle hand, turning, pausing 20 seconds, and taking ...
This morning we rode the metro back to the Smithsonian to finish the Air and Space Museum. It was fun for me to watch Scott checking out all the engines and comparing the horsepower and upgrades from the first ones! He really wanted me to be excited and I tried but he was excited enough for both of us!! After we left Air and Space we went to the Museum of Natural History. There we saw many stuffed animals from around the world including lions, giraffes, koalas ...