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, ...
... at school. We then walked all together down the mall to the air and science museum. Talking to some of the girls along the way about the difference between a mall and a shopping mall! :)
The Air and Space Museum was really cool. I didn’t see too much. Craig and I talked a while at the exhibit talking about our landing on the moon and the competition/teamwork that went on with Russia during that time. He explained the ...
... 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 ...
... He was also anti-slavery despite having between 100 & 200 of his own. The monument's construction started in 1939. It took a while before someone decided he was worth the mortar. Further along the lake, heading back to the Lincoln Memorial was a memorial for Franklin Roosevelt, president during WWII and then a momument for MLK. In tangental directions to the Lincoln are monuments to those who died in the Korean War & the Nam War. What I found striking about all of this ...
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 ...