Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Falls Church - Merrifield
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... the kids to go brush their teeth. The bathroom facilities were okay. There were quite a few dead bugs on the counter, the showers were very old and could use a facelift and the toilets were relatively clean.
In the ladies' tent, we concluded our evening by having Marianne and then Cyndi, read the first couple of chapters of "The Lion, Witch, and Wardrobe"--a great classic. The guys' tent just talked until it was time to sleep.
... walking distance between the Capitol building and the Abraham Lincoln memorial. Our first stop was the midpoint between these two, the White House. I really was expecting it to be a huge building with 4 wings, additional garages etc. However, it was a moderately sized white building not particularly impressive, literally a white house.
We had booked a tour at the Capitol building (Thomas was getting very excited about seeing the home of ...
... of these towns are really bad. There are some buildings that should have been condemned long ago, or have been burnt out and the attached neighbours are still in residence, depressing.
Union Station in Washington DC is a beautiful building and from the taxi rank we can see the dome of Capitol Hill. Already it seems half the pace and ...
... and Arlington Cemetery was a solemn visit: we were all extremely impressed with the changing of the guard and a wreath laying ceremony. Acres of white gravestones in straight lines when viewed from any angle. A quiet and respectful day in which the fallen were remembered. It was great to see that Australia had left tokens at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, including a plaque by our Ben Roberts-Smith VC, ...
... done the job before - and for a place that was not busy (not surprised) it took 30 mins to make a salad! Really??? Overall though service is usually good and comes with a smile.
What does amuse me though is the look on waiters and bar tenders faces when you first begin to speak. They appear to be so shocked when you speak with a British accent that they don't actually listen to what you order. I am always having to repeat what I want, and I can't help it and my ...