Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Tysons Corner
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... routine of loading up mum with backpack & crutches while dad piggybacked junior. Whatever, it works.
Lap of the White House, down to the Mall, admiring the scaffold-encased Monument, hang a right down past the Vietnam memorial wall, to the end of the Reflection Pool and the Lincoln Memorial. Wow - that's one BIG dude on a chair!! Brief history lesson with the kids on what little we know of Lincoln - luckily ...
... and many war planes from the 1st and 2nd World Wars. We also learnt a lot about navigation and about how the sextant and clocks were used to navigate before GPS's. The first plane that flew in 1903 was made by the Wright Brothers. It is on display here too. Some tiny pieces of wood and cloth from it were sent into space in 1969 on ...
... to bring the homeless and poor people back in the community.
I volunteered at the Dining Room of SOME and helped serving breakfast and coffee to more than 800 homeless people. As I walked around, I personally experienced their gratitude of simply hearing a good morning, having a hot cup of coffee and a smile. For a moment they didn't feel like a stranger being starred at while sitting on a bench with all of their belongings ...
That was so much fun! First time in my life I meet people and say "happy Thanksgiving!"
The biggest turkey I ever saw, 24 pounds! So happy to see Maria again! And Patrick, and Anna and Bernard... It was so nice to meet Erik and Kyle, Shona and Amish (I am not sure I have these first names right), to play with little Annie...
It was just a wonderful family get ...