Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Gaithersburg - South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a plethora of pictures, food stops, sightseeing stops and the such via FB and the Blog. Stay tuned for: "Britain and Adam's Great Cross-Country Road-Trip Adventure, Destination: Las Vegas, ...
... br> Dinner is at John and Erin's place tonight. Erin cooks us a delicious meal of menudo, chicken adobo and chocolate cake. Rylee is asleep when we get there but little Jo Jo is happy to entertain us with her cuteness. Its good to spend time with Erin as we chat about our travels and future plans. John, Jem and Dan arrive later from a trip to Texas (John picked them up from the airport. We play a game that Jem brought over later that night. Its like Pictionary. You get a secret word ...
... walk and be stopped by no apparent reason with someone ready to pounce, "you can't walk in front of the white house at this time", or "you can't walk this way at this time, you've got to go around". I have traveled many places and would rank Washington, DC one of the unfriendliest tourist towns in the country.
The pictures I am sharing in this entry of Day 1 in DC were taken before and after our tour of Georgetown, so they start early in the ...
... residency. We viewed the Northern side and I was fascinated although unsurprised by the amount of security cameras and patrolling police in the area. There weren’t too many tourists or annoying vendors due to cold weather and it being a Saturday.
Next to the White house is the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, formerly known as the Old Executive Office Building and even earlier as the State, War and Navy building. Currently is occupied by the ...
... was so excited and didn't know what exciting thing to do first.
We went up the tower and watched Dulles Airport traffic and listened to the feed of the air traffic controllers. We went back to the hangar and saw the Concord, the Enola Gay which dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, and endless variety of infamous war aircraft from around the world and ...