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 ...
... and ask them to send it to me tomorrow.
Thankfully small lines at security and immigration. I had only a few minutes to pop into the Lufthansa Business Lounge to grab some breakfast and beverages, then walked the length of the terminal to Gate H48, where pretty much everyone had already boarded. I saw on my smartphone while walking down the concourse that I had received BusinessFirst Seat 6A, a window seat with a passenger next to me on the aisle. I ...
... 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 ...
This morning we had breakfast at Artie's which is a favorite brunch place of the Lingard's. It was delicious! I had French toast with American fries, fruit, eggs and bacon. Scott had chicken and waffles...as weird as it sounds it was sooo good!! The chicken was battered and had Cajun spices and the waffles had a bourbon glaze. It was definitely something you don't see everywhere! After brunch we drove to Mount Vernon where we were able to ...
... your ancestry too which I thought was fascinating. After the museum we headed back to the White House as it was dark by the time we got there last night. We got some better pictures but you had to be seriously patient and wait your turn to stand in front of Barack’s garden fence, smile and point! The garden is immaculate and the house itself looks even more impressive than it did last night. Steve picked everyone up from outside the space museum mid afternoon and once ...