Extended Stay America - Washington, DC - Landover
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... memorials. Our favourites were the Natural History Museum, the National Gallery of Art and the Air and Space Museum. Surprisingly this is not a city to eat out in. The restaurants are poor quality (plus they expect big tips) or the quality restaurants are so up themselves that they charge astronomical prices for what they call "gourmet delights" (unless you like your steak covered in caviar, frogs legs and avocado). ...
We woke up this morning to thick fog in Kennebunkport. We had breakfast & hit the road about 9am without posh coffee (just the brewed stuff from the hotel which I don't like) for the 4 hour drive to Albany. I flogged a couple of scones from the breakfast buffet. Note: a thing here called a biscuit looks like a scone. A scone looks like those rock cake things. Don't love them but maybe I've only had bad ones. Would like to try a biscuit. Only one stop at a road house (called Plazas ...
Most of the major sights in Washington are concentrated
around the National Mall, the Capitol, and downtown. There are a number of
things I wanted to see in DC well off the mall. I S\stayed with my brother’s
friend Mike in far northwest DC, his apartment on a street that forms the city
border with Chevy Chase, Maryland (where people have voting representation in
Congress and it’s not like living under Apartheid). I thought I’d take ...
... The stunning and beautiful building is a national treasure and is used for many state functions.
On our way back to our campsite we drove down Embassy Row. We were curious as to the location of the Danish embassy. It's a modern-style building located on a quiet dead-end street. Later we discovered that Hillary Clinton resides across the street. After a Danish newspaper published a number ...
... Banner and the actual flag that had inspired it. That was interesting to see.
We had lunch at the refreshment kiosk outside the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. I had a chicken wasabi wrap - nice lots of salad hardly any wasabi. Marie had a hot dog combo. Chey fed bread to the pigeons.
Chey led us a merry dance around the natural history museum, flitting from exhibit to exhibit. We saw the ...