Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Gaithersburg - North
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... terrain unlike our familiar, so...it should be VERY interesting to let everyone see this one-of-a-kind, not short on fun journey, through our eyes, laughter and experiences! I will try ...
... taking tours. Mostly people were just sitting on the steps looking out to the Washington Monument and taking it all in. We did the same for awhile, split an apple and then carried on. Our feet were tired and we were ready to start heading back to the car. As we walked back through the national mall we crossed the Vietnam War memorial, famous for its black wall of 50,000 names of all the soldiers who died. It was interesting to see young people looking for specific names ...
... was a monument from World War II. It is a monument based on a photograph taken when the US conquered Iwo Jima an island off Japan that was a strategic advantage for the US in World War II. The photo was of the second flag raising done to encourage the troops fighting. It is a scene replayed in many Hollywood films and I had no idea it was based on a real event. We then take a quick drive around DC and see the Monument, Arlington cemetery, the White House, Capitol Hill and the ...
... be seeing whilst in D.C.
Upon arrival at the hotel, we were given room keys and told that there would be an all you can eat (obviously) dinner waiting for us at 1900hrs. The hotel is of excellent standard and the rooms are top notch, with double beds and coffee machines. Yes coffee machines, not sachets of cheap tea that you pour hot water into.
Anyway, I'm off for now, will post later tomorrow.
... knew that we would be home at some point. We thankfully did get tickets for the 4:40 train from NYC to Albany, then we got to go to the first class lounge to sit in the most comfortable chairs ever. When it was time to start boarding our train, a very nice gentleman came and got all of our luggage and brought everything to the train for us. We didn't even have to wait in line. I would like to thank Katie very ...