Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling - Dulles
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... following day, Helen, I and this other German girl, Alex headed out to do some more sightseeing. We walked down the length of the Capitol, seeing the Whitehouse, reflection pool and Lincoln memorial. The reflection pool is the one used in Forest Gump where he gives the speech and then you hear the faint shout, 'Forest'. I was excited to get a picture with it. The Lincoln memorial reminded me of that scene in Hercules where he finds the statue of Zeus (again sorry to anyone ...
It's a bit turbulent right now, flying over Ethiopia on our way to our to the second to last stop in Nairobi, Kenya. But a bit of turbulence is the least of my concerns after this morning. I woke up this morning to a call from my bank letting me know of possible fraudulent charges on my debit card, to the tune of $600 in online purchases. With less thank 3 hours until I had to ...
We have one day to hit up Washington, and we are going to hit it hard. Sara and Chris's place was only 15 minutes outside the city on the tube. So we left old blue parked safely at their place and jumped on the blue line into DC. On exiting the station we were presented with the Washington monument covered with scaffolding. On approaching the monument we read that this was due to an earthquake a couple of years ago that had ...
... seem focused on having "the largest impressionist collection outside Paris" or the best Spanish collection outside Spain". Brilliant if you never leave the US ( which many don't) but given we are from Europe and spend a lot of time in galleries, we have seen the Paris and Madrid collections. Still the National gallery is cool (and is a stunning building) and so I can think of places that would be a lot worse to hang out in. The ...
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Waiting to get on the plane. Through the worst parts--trying to get adequately ready for all this, and Security. Bee Gees are singing "Emotion."
Rob said I looked beautiful (and far too dressed up, though to me a skirt and jersey top are far more comfy than jeans and a sweater), and he played "There'll Always Be an England" and some Flanagan and Allen favorites on the CD player as we drove to the airport.