Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Springfield
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Travel Blogs from Springfield
... movie in the IMAX theatre 'Red Flag' based on airforce fighter pilots from a around the world coming together for a training exercise in the Nevada Desert.
By the time we left there it was 'beer o'clock' so Bruce took us to his favourite micro brewery called 'The Lost Rhino'. Great nachos but not a fan of the trendy beers. Home now for a couple of nice drinks.
... to try and see the monuments under lights but we were unable to find a parking spot and just ended up going all over the place so we just gave up and came home. We'll try again tomorrow night but this time we'll go on bikes. While we were trying to find our way home a police car came flying towards us head on on our side of the road and veered off around us. Its not enough that the taxis try to run you over but the police have to try and kill you as well. Big cities are dangerous ...
... was pretty uninteresting, except perhaps a drive past the very same Baltimore docks, as featured in The Wire Season 2 . ( Despite our obsession with The Wire we’d decided it didn’t justify a stay in Baltimore, cos all it has in it is like crime and shooting and docks- maybe we don’t know).
After a 12 block walk from the Metro we get to our hostel- Duo Housing. We’ve just left the cleanest, friendliest most sociable hostel in Philadelphia, which was ...
What a beautiful morning! The sunshine was splitting the pavements, which made for a nice walk -and walk we did!! Maybe it will help us sleep tonight...
From Arlington Cemetery, we made our way across the river to the Lincoln Memorial. He's a cool dude, is Abe. Smaller than you imagine, sitting up there in his giant chair, but maybe that's just me?! The view over the reflecting ...
... dry and accept the wet. We cruised the streets past huddling masses (who thought us to be crazy people) and we were saturated in seconds which made continuing easy, as we couldn't get any wetter.
So we saw The White House, we splashed to the Lincoln Memorial, we took in the big wet city. It was a truly unforgettable experience for me. I found Washington to be a really beautiful, clean and open place to ride and ...