Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling - Dulles
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Travel Blogs from Sterling
... us to a delicious lunch. Gael and Jayne grew up on the same street in Zion, Illinois, where their mothers were best friends. We all enjoyed more reminiscing and lots of laughs thinking back on the antics of their Mothers.
Next on our agenda was Washington, D.C. Our first concern was taking the 35-star Stars and Stripes to the Smithsonian Institution. Jens was disappointed to learn that there was no one available ...
... on the corner of this road is the headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, The J. Edgar Hoover Building. Mim got here photo, but did not see any of here crime busting heroes, I sure she knows they are fictional.
The clouds started rolling in, and there were some huge claps of Thunder. We found some shelter under the roof of the Canadian Embassy.
The rain lightened and then we ventured ...
... your camera/mobile phone if you are seen by the thousands of security cameras on the buildings, fences, etc) so I only have one photo to show you that I took from Arlington Cemetery.
Bill patiently waited for me to take lots of photos at Arlington Cemetery so he got to run amok at the National Air and Space Museum while I followed him around and also got some "foot resting" time out while he looked around - no photos here from me as it was around ...
... line’ train to our final stop. All good until the train refused to start up again at one of the stops. We were all herded off the train, and after some confusion, directed to the platform on the other side where we resumed our journey. A very good metro system, reminiscent of the one in Barcelona that we were so impressed with.
Once at our station, Dupont Circle, we were confronted with the steepest, longest escalator that I think I’ve seen. ...
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.