Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Tysons Corner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Tysons Corner Vienna
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... mean REALLY long. Huge streets, little traffic. Clean. No eating or drinking on the Metro (by Federal law) - London could learn from this! Genuinely friendly people. Really. There's definitely something about the Washingtonians. The Smithsonian. It IS the very best cultural organisation in the world. And all free. The UK does pomp well. The Americans do too. The changing of the honour ...
... lights of the kitchen were much more dimmed... the switch felt warm. OMG. A short-circuit! So I kept all the kitchen lights out, which was fine in the day but a little tricky in the evening, fortunately I found a flash light to see where the "start" button was on the microwave. I did not warn Maria and Eric, thinking, they cannot do anything anyway and better not give them worries. When they came back I told them and Eric started ...
... was displaying Degas & Cassatt collection focusing on dancers or human figurines....
We had to visit the memorials from Washington monument to Lincoln's, Jefferson's, Martin Luther's ending at the FDR memorial (the longest) on the island. We were able to include WWII, Vietnam and the Korean war memorials as well. All of these are exquisite and reflect their purpose quite well.
We have to hand it to ...
... out it would. Ask the girls about the crypt or who Robert Livingston is (they will know!). From there we had lunch at the Museum of the Native American. We spent most of the afternoon there. We went back to the hostel for a wonderful meal of salad & pasta. There, Carissa invited the Boy Scouts to eat dinner with us. Then we went for a moonlight tour of the monuments. It is now time for bed because tomorrow is another busy day. ...
... it was realised how important the history that occurred in the area was and the major fields were preserved. Even the barns, wooden fences and rock walls were preserved in the exact spots that they were during those 3 fateful days. Fences, hills, rocks and cannons all provided an opportunity to reflect and try to imagine what happened here. It's crazy to try understand what it was like to fight in ...