Fairfield Inn & Suites Washington, DC/New York Avenue
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn & Suites Washington, DC/New York Avenue Washington DC
Well priced for Washington. Whilst some 3-4 miles out of downtown, the hotel provides a free shuttle to/from Union Station where it is easy to get around from.
Hotel up to standard for Fairfield Inns.
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... the healthy theme for today after the gym. The size of their salads are unreal!!! Like a whole bag of lettuce leaves compared to back home. Tasted really good though. Then headed round a few shops and got a new dress. It was then back to the hotel for a cheeky sleep before the nights antics on our last evening on contiki tour! For dinner we headed back to Georgetown as a group and went to a place called Mr Smiths. Dinner was again quite healthy and tasted ...
In the evening, we went to a pub with a few of the people we met at dinner. The pub was called RFD (on 7th between H and I) and had 30 taps, one cask and 300 bottles of beer. Matt had the DC BRAU - The Public Pale and said it was a fairly sweet ale and it wasn’t bad but he wanted to try more. Not liking beer left me with the usual vodka and lemonade.
$6.50 for the beer and $5.50 for the vodka lemonade, both including ...
... elephants and bears and other animals but Emily was ready for food and a nap so it was time to get going.
The metro ride back to the hotel featured constant protest and angst from poor Emily. We then grabbed a quick lunch in the hotel restaurant and took naps.
After naps we took an Uber black ride to our friends house in Maryland about 25 minutes away. It was only $104 + tip. In retrospect a cab would have been better but what did ...
... special, the food was wonderful, the fellowship delightful. Truly the Holy Spirit moved powerfully among us. Aidan’s question, “Is this Jesus’ skin?” will remain one of my most memorable moments alongside another occasioned by a First Communion at St. Alban’s twenty years ago. I had just delivered the Host to a young girl, perhaps six years old and my wife, Caroldeen, offered her the Chalice. She took a sip and held the wine in ...
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