Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Herndon - Dulles
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... security personnel milling around. We had pre-purchased our tickets and didn't realise we didn't get allocated an actual seat number so everyone was pushing and shoving to get onto the train and get seats with their families. They didn't have to worry, the train had lots of carriages and there was enough room for everyone, although it stopped at various stations along the way with lots of people getting on.
We got into Union Station right on time, ...
... the mammals down geographically and there was a part for Australia - with wallabies, kangaroos, koalas etc! It was exciting to see some animals from home. We loved the North American & South American animals - some of which we'd never heard of! ...
... on the roof of the lift cage and tuning it to a radio
station that played hits from the eighties. The reception clerk could be found
at all hours talking to heavily tatooed and pierced persons with an astounding
range of hair colourings, discussing heavy metal bands.
“Yeah, yeah”, the clerk would whine in his New York twang, “but
I don’t know, you know, ‘coz, you know, I don’t go in for Slayer so ...
... way to the National Air and Space Museum. We started of going on a free guided tour but it was taking a while to actually get anywhere so we decided to go off and explore on our own. One thing that we learnt on the tour is that a lot of the exhibits aren't just models but the real aircraft including the Spirit of St. Louis plane. One end of the museum is for aviation history and the other for space travel. It was quite a cool museum with a lot to see. From there ...