Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Herndon - Dulles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Free parking
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... of our time there a heavy dude policeman with a fierce German shepherd-looking dog went through, the dog sniffing here and there. Nasty, so I decided to follow and take pics and eventually he and dog had finished whatever they were doing and were chatting to the women on the front desk, so up I trot and ask him about the dog which turns out to be a Belgian somethingorother, not a Shepherd, a naturally highly strung, vicious and apparently difficult -to- train dog which he held on a ...
... the tour managed to give us two extra rooms. Our hotel is beautiful. The kids can’t get over their rooms. I ended up with my own and so did Ms. Winter. We have giant king size beds... I feel like royalty.. I just can’t figure out how to shut off my A/C so it is an icebox in here. My fingers are like frozen prunes (still pruney from the pool). They enjoyed the world’s loudest game of Marco Polo and making their hair look like George ...
Georgetown is a place we hear about all the time, but neither of us had ever been here. On our first day in DC, we took a cab to Georgetown for a 90-minute self guided walk mapped out in our DK Eyewitness Travel Guide. We asked the cabbie to drop us off on Wisconsin Ave & S Street where we started the tour. The length of the walk was 3 miles and it took us along residential streets past grand rowhouses, historic homes, ...
... We ate as soon as we got back and then decided to go for a walk and see if we could suss out where we were. We walked down 7th avenue and then along by all the (shut) museums. We were attempting to find the White House (without a map) when it poured down absolutely torrential rain. We were soaked in seconds and then had to trudge back to the hostel. Early night after that up again tomorrow to check out the sights in the daylight ...
... my mother was ask, "are you ok driving, are you tire because I don’t know if I could drive?" Friends what would you say? So I continued to drive.
When you understand that your mother has anxiety about things like driving in rain, bridges, and traffic. All I ask is for the same understanding. When a person knows a rental car should not have dogs in it and it is raining a little understand is great, not don’t worry it ...