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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... 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 ...
The final days of my journey were absolutely insane. As you can imagine it was quite hectic with preparations for the big day and eventually the big day itself. When I have access to a computer I promise I will post a more detailed description of the days and a reflection on the summer. But the main points are these: Of the 19 cyclists that left Seattle May 28, all 19 of us pedaled up to the capital steps. I've made lifelong friends this summer that I plan ...
... 35 minutes until we reach the airport!!!!!
I spoke with some other passengers who were in the same situation as me. One man kept trying to be optimistic, even though his flight was scheduled to depart only 10 minutes after our arrival at MUC! I told him I sure hope his flight is delayed so he makes it.
We arrived into MUC one minute ahead of schedule at 10:25. I should have arrived here at 9:21 had the S8 followed a regular schedule. I overhead ...
Going to let pictures do some talking and fill in the documentary later.
We headed to town and went to our Congressmen's office to see what that was like. It was not as big as I had imagined it would be and the building in general looked more like an asylum than an office building ( things that make you say hmmm) We got into an earlier tour for the capital building than our reservation and that was pretty neat but you need gallery passes ...
... as long as possible since it's not really her thing. Learning about the pioneering Wright Bro's was great. They have one of their original planes on display and it's absolutely amazing. One of the most fascinating artefacts was the contents of survival kit for WW1 surveying pilots (pilots were used mainly for intelligence in WW1, not for bombing). I could go on and on but just look at the various pics we have, it was a great museum. And so was ...