Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling - Dulles
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Travel Blogs from Sterling
... the other end of Washington Mall so it took us awhile to walk over. The view of the White House was pretty small as they closed off a lot of the park surrounding it. Gilda had got tickets to visit but they only issued them a week previously and they were for Saturday morning, when we were still on the train and there are no visits on Sundays or Mondays. Not so bad though because we saw the Library of Congress instead and I think it was probably better than the ...
... about the traffic around DC. We got a cab, (an adventure in itself)
and went to Union Station, where we got tickets on the trolley tour thing. At thirty
something dollars a ticket it’s a bit pricey, but it does go pretty much
everywhere that tourists would be brave enough to want to see. Additionally, we
had been giving Sam’s gammy leg a bit of a workout, especially the previous day
at Arlington, and it would ...
... Some of you might know about the cathedral because it was one of the very few buildings damaged by the August 23rd 2011 earthquake - mainly because of the swampy foundations under the cathedral. This cathedral can boast by being the 6th largest in the world. The stain glass windows were simply gorgeous but hard to capture on camera but I did get some nice reflections off the interior columns. Georgetown was the next place I came to on my walk - a ...
From Travel Journal:
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.
... the Smithsonian Natural Museum of Natural History, firstly to see the butterfly enclosure, but then to also see the Genome Project Exhibit and other Natural History Exhibits. I quickly found myself back in the Sculpture Garden at the National Gallery of Art having some fruit and a coffee at the cafe watching all the kids playing around the fountain, before going and trying to get into see the Documerica Photography Exhibit at the National Archives only to be put off by ...