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 ...
... on display, simply awesome. I also asked about the other museum they have which is about 30 miles from Washington which has other amazing things which couldn't be fitted into this one. We'll have to save that for next time.
We then made our way back to the Eastern Market area where we had dinner at a Thai restaurant called San Phan which was pretty good, similar standard to what we get in Newtown. Then a leisurely walk back home. ...
... br> Honestly, I cant remember if we were n DC, Virginia or Maryland, but we were at
a Mexican restaurant called Guapos.
A few hours later, full of beans, fajitas and margaritas,
Scott dropped us at the National Air and Space Museum. Sam rested while I
wandered wide eyed at the many aircraft and spacecraft from America’s history.
We hadn’t thought that we were going to make it to the
Museum of ...
... great cacti which is one of my favourite plants - I have two cacti plants myself which I have had for years and I'm hoping my mum is looking after them.... I then visited the Air and Space Museum which houses three of the original four Wright Brothers' glide and flying machines. It was a fascinating exhibition and even more so if you miss out all the intervening years up until July 1969 and go straight to the Apollo exhibition - only 66 years ...
... was another "Wow" moment. My mind went in two different directions. I was thinking about how old they were, yet at the same time thinking that they too will pass away some day. Then I was thinking about not only the physical aspects of the documents, but also their significance in the course of history.........I won't bore you with my thoughts here.
The second spot on our agenda, even though it was the wrong period of our study ...