Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Fairfax
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... kids all had fun and Dougie was very happy to spend time camping with his friend. He felt especially good that his friend Reid, who currently lives in Poland, got to come. It was indeed a very good birthday party for him. Thanks everyone!
In the afternoon, our power went out again so we decided to spend the rest of our day at Tysons Corner mall, walking around the mall to get the boys' energies out. They were happy.
... ASAP. We raced down the 21 sets of stairs which even going at quite a pace took about 5minutes. We flew open the door on the ground floor to be greeted in the lobby with a tranquil environment with classical music filling the air and everyone going about their daily business. I ran up to the concierge desk and asked them if there was a fire only to have them say “no we are just testing the fire alarms!” Why they didn’t send out ...
... and spot the change, I could not see it for hours) because a third of the way through, they ran out of money to continue the building. Anyway, I then went back to the hostel and to bed. Monday, I am currently sat in the hippie hostel in dc, about to walk about 4 blocks in the heat with my backpack to go and catch a bus to phillie - I am so excited! I really hope it doesn't disappoint. So as gutted as I am to have missed so much of dc, I have a lot to look forward to. Bye DC and hello ...
... near, so maybe they're just as restrictive. A little less keen to squash rights people have had for years, though.
The mall is grand, and looked stunning in the sun. It's a great place to run, though I'm off that at the mo, watching those galloping or struggling down the long gravelled pathways with envy. I ducked into the museum, a place to immediately look up and see the planes and rockets hanging from the ceiling. I thought I'd be most taken ...
... about all the places. Down past the Whitehouse, which we couldn't get close to but caught glimpses of and back to the Welcome Centre. After a quick chat with Barack Obama, and a loo break, we caught the orange line bus that took us past several museums, the FBI building, Willard's Hotel, built in the early 1900, Union Station, past the front of the Capital Building and round to the Lincoln Memorial. We hopped ...