Fairfield Inn & Suites Manassas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
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... knew... that guy turned out to be my future husband. 1 date turned into 5, turned into every evening on the phone, turned into "I love you," a move from Maryland to Virginia (his move, not mine), an engagement, and a wedding... and now we are, living our happily ever after.
When we talked about honeymoon, I suggested the Philippines thinking that Mike, although Filipino as well, would turn me down. His last trip to the Philippines ...
... for Mac, Josie and Cheryl, then back to the hotel for some reorganizing and relaxing.
Around 7:00 we decided to drive to Logan’s Roadhouse for a bite of dinner. We had never heard of this place, but there were limited options in town that weren’t fast food, so we thought we’d give it a whirl. Cold night. The temps had really dropped. Time for a nice warm meal.
We stepped in and it looked ...
... House and the monument.
I made some lovely conversations there with some Indians and
other visitors, but one person stood out... Special Agent Vic from Homeland
Security. It was purely cheap thrills to be in America's Capital and running
into someone from Homeland Security as I looked upon the White House from the
Terrace Restaurant. He was a lovely man and of-course didn't share anything
about his work with me.
The next day I got up ...
... for a bit of football and fried chicken in the south! It's Fall now in DC and I think a combo of the changing seasons and traveling sent my sinuses into 'fill-Kim's-head-with-pressure-and-cott onwool' state. I felt pleasantly drunk for my most of my exploration in DC, but I wasn't about to let this deter me from putting my foot on the gas and making the most of my time in this historical and iconic capital city of the 'free world'. I gotta tell you, Washington DC is a ...
... night and hit it hard the following day. We both woke earlier than our alarm very excited, to go see the famous sights of Washington. This was until we drew back the curtains to see a monsoon and find that the temperature had dropped to 5 degrees! After a few hours staring out the window we soon realised this weather wasn't going to pass, so we put on every piece of warm clothing we had (including our pak-a-macs!) and went for it! We arrived downtown ...