Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Herndon - Dulles
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... tomorrow. When we got to the National Mall we stopped at the Space and Aeronautical museum. There are various displays there including the lunar module and several of the small spacecraft including the Gemini. I was able to touch a piece of the moon which was very smooth. Probably worn down by thousands of people touching it! There were a lot of aircraft displays including the Rutan Voyager which was the airplane that went around the world non-stop without refuelling. They also ...
... in wheel chairs travel on the buses all the time, there is a special place where the seats go up against the wall and as soon as a person in a chair enters the bus everyone moves from those seats and the driver gets up and straps the chair into place so it won't roll. Wouldn't it be good if our people in Australia who are confined to a wheelchair could travel on public transport as easily as that.
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... sight. Fred & I seem to be immune from the nasty little buggers. Perhaps they don't like the taste of Barcadi & coke.
We left Cherry Hill at 5pm this evening for a picnic in Constitution Gardens. The idea was to see some of the war memorials by night. The Lincoln memorial was one of my favourites, there was a lot of activity going on there as preparations were in full flow for the 50th anniversary of the Martin ...
... spans Columbus Drive and gives great skyline views. The main attraction however is probably the weirdest, the Cloud Gate. It is actually known as the 'Bean', and yes you've guessed it, it looks like a giant bean. It is an incredibly smooth 110 ton silver drop sculpture and the city skyline is beautifully reflected on it Photos are taken here all the time as the mirror appearance means the idea is to try and capture yourself with the city skyline in the photo as you ...