Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Sterling - Dulles
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... my senior year of college, it's fairly safe to say that six weeks without bagels is probably a blessing in disguise if anything, but I digress.
So I leave tomorrow! (That's a lie, it's past 3 AM, so I leave later today.) For those of you catching up, I'm going to Senegal for six weeks with VA Tech to study French and hopefully I won't embarrass myself too much. For a normal, functioning ...
... us back in town, we headed to the National Air and Space Museum, to keep Ian happy. He was like a kid in a lolly shop. While sitting down waiting for him, I overheard a man say the museums were open till 7:30, so we headed over to the Natural History Museum next. It was great, all the different animals on display. I was disappointed with the Hope Diamond though, thought it would be bigger. Finally we headed back to the hotel cause we had to be up early the next ...
... is how I found myself wandering around the National Geographic Museum for free! It was a great exhibit and the videos/photographs on bears, tigers and lions were stunning - some of the best nature shots I have seen. There were a couple of quotes that I noted down too. This one was from the editor G.H.Grosvenor who add the task of getting the magazine on its financial feet again. He said: "Stick to the facts. Our readers can be trusted to form their ...
Uneventful trip to Dulles with the typical 5 pm traffic of a week day and a fast check in and security screening. Only two people asked me if I was going somewhere cold... Probably because it is 80 degrees outside and I'm dressed like an Eskimo with a big heavy coat with fur and knee high boots. I don't care though and I laugh because I'm just thrilled to have packed everything in just a carryon and a back pack. I could ...
We arrived in Washington DC this afternoon and went straight to Arlington Cemetery which is actually in Virginia on the other side of the Potomac River. It is where they have funerals for, and bury the US soldiers who have died in battle from every way they have fought in, I had seen it on shows and in pictures before, but I didn't realise how extensive it was, there are just rows and rows of head stones, and it is really quite sobering ...