Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Fairfax - Fair Oaks Mall
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Yes, we managed to do some sightseeing today, and visited Mt. Vernon, President George Washington's old estate.
Located on the Potomac river, it's only a half hour drive from Lulu's parents. We picked ...
... is almost all of them, with free entry. There are 19 Smithsonian museums including National Art Gallery, Gallery of American Art, The Natnl.Portrait Gallery, Hirschhorn Museum, African Art Museum.....the trick is to choose just a few so we have decided on the National Art. Gallery (today), the Hirschhorn for really modern and contemporary and then African art museum and hopefully the planetarium in the Science museum and definitely the Vietnam Vets Memorial (Wall).
... a sandwich helped me back on my feet. The sun was coming out. Union Station however was mostly under construction. Washington is definitely worth seeing as a city. It bares the history of the US. The buildings are grotesque. It makes a friendly impression with a lot of joggers around. But it has the atmosphere of a capital. Importance. Yet something distant. I decided it had been enough. I didn't want to miss my flight so I took the Big Bus back to ...
... posher each time I have to repeat myself. One start speaking with a particularly upper class accent when one requests service!
Service in shops is excellent - staff could not be more helpful when you ask for something. In Buckle (my favourite jeans store) it's like having your own personal shopper running around after you - love it!
Well the Govt have now voted to go back to work... About time, but who am I to talk! So hopefully the sites of DC will now be ...
We got up early for us and checked out of the hotel, managed to find a bus that took us across to 11th avenue to find our megabus stop. There was a massive queue but luckily there was two buses and ours was the second bus so we were right at the front of the queue. We managed to get the front seats upstairs and were looking forward to the view but first we went through New Jersey, which isn't a pretty area. Then it started ...