Extended Stay America - Washington, DC - Landover
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... sirens full bore, in order for a convoy of buses to go straight through from the Cemetery to the Memorial. Apparently this happens a lot as the Veterans Society holds special tours for the older veterans and these guys are looked upon as National Treasures and given the full treatment. Good on them.
As an interesting, if random side note, one of the guides pointed out the car number plates, they have "Taxation without Representation" written across the bottom ...
... the RV for long periods of time
is always an issue. So yesterday, amongst the resting, I rand around
working out somewhere central for a day. I rang the zoo which is a
short bus trip to the White House. They put me through to Parking so I
asked all the important questions. Do you do RV parking? Yes. How
much is it to park an RV? $22, same as a car. Is that for the whole
day? Yes. Is there a parking lot that you prefer Rvs to park in? Yes
E lot and ...
... the city yet. After we got back to the hotel we rested for just a bit and then decided we were hungry for dinner. We walked to an Italian restaurant. Bryan had a calzone and I had rigatoni with sausage. It was tasty. Desmond has been enjoying little squeeze pouches of food which he can feed himself while we eat. Pretty brilliant. We ended the night with a walk in the rain. It was really down-pouring and the thunder and ...
What a day. We were up at 5.45am showered and packed up and was then chauffeur driven in a most comfortable Lincoln car to the airport. We travelled on a five lane freeway for a little while and then the cars slowed down and it became bumper to bumper for about 30 minutes. We thought there may have been an accident but the driver suggested that it could simply be that some cars in front simply slowed down or had a near miss and because of the large volume of ...
... destination on Groupon or Living Social or one of those coupon websites and it sounded neat, so we decided to give it a try. We weren't completely sure what to expect. We went up the steps to the front door and rang the bell. We were greeted by the owner of the mansion, who went off to get us our complimentary glass of champagne.
We sat in the lobby of the mansion and the owner gave us a brief history about the mansion. They had bought it in the 80s and converted it into ...