Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Springfield
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Early morning wake up, then headed to the lobby where I met up with everyone onto trek and went through paperwork and stuff like that. My trek leader is called Liz, and there are 13 Trekkers altogether. Once we loaded the trailer with all the cases, tents and everything else we all got into the van and headed ...
So...airports are carnivorous. They devour people, only to disgorge them after a long and painful interlude. At least, that's what I became convinced of after a delay in Washington D.C. and an even longer one in Frankfort. If the D.C. airport had been a bit more exciting it would't be so bad, but the grey and blue color scheme combined wit the dowdiness of drop ceilings sealed ...
... myself an easy 40 dollars. I've been on the ground for twenty minutes when I realized it must have been 85-90 degrees but I was not sweating at all, which struck me as odd since I was wearing a jacket since it was cold in DC when I left. If this is an omen I think I am going to like Cabo. I really was not sure what to expect. There is a reason why people like Cabo so much and it looks like I am going to find out why.
... it to our hotel to drop off our stuff. Then we headed back out to see the Deceased, October 31, and Oz show at Empire. That's the main reason I extended our vacation by a few days so we could see them. I got to meet King, the singer for October 31 and Deceased. He's a pretty nice guy. John made a video for him so he wanted him to come in and get more live footage. It was a great show. I'm kind of glad it wasn't very crowded and the people ...
... about the impending apocalypse; I must have looked a bit alarmed, as the armed Marine that we walked passed smiled at me and said 'so many crazies here'. I was quite shocked - he seemed canny rather than scary and I didn't think they'd smile and chat to tourists.
After the White House, we walked past the Department of the Treasury and through Lafayette Park to the Old Executive Building. We then headed to the White House visitor centre, so I could ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed