Fairfield Inn & Suites Washington, DC/New York Avenue
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We crossed into DC (that's Washington, DC) around mid-afternoon. We would be 2 nights here so made ourselves comfortable in our hotel room and contacted Michele & Pete who just happened to be staying in DC for the weekend as well. We arranged to pick them up from their hotel opposite the White House at 6.00 pm which gave us an hour and a half …
... it is closed for repairs after an earthquake in Virginia in 2011. We haven't had a good day's walking for several weeks because of the weather, and Terry really set a cracking pace. Walked over to the White House, and looked at it through the fence across the South Lawn. It was pretty exciting to see such a famous, important, historical icon.
It was pretty cold by this, so we found a place to have lunch and a sit down. Washington ...
... Continuing around we walked past the Korean War Veterans Memorial which depicts the soldiers on patrol and commemorates those who served in the Korean War, including other countries such as New Zealand.
We crossed the road and walked through what appeared as a gap between two large cliffs and in front of a large rock which had on one side had a statue of Martin Luther King sculptured. Along a wall were some of his famous quotes from some of his speeches but none ...
... in - bizarre! We made our way to the Metro station and a very helpful station guard made a great first impression on us. Eventually, we made our way to Union Station. This is a beautiful old heritage building. It used to be the largest in the USA until ...
Well, we only had two full days in the capital, but we packed a lot of stuff in!
We arrived here on Tuesday, after flying up from Miami. We didn’t really feel like doing too much that afternoon, so we just went out for a wander, and went to Ben’s Chilli Bowl. This restaurant came highly recommended by the guy that ran our hostel, and has been visited by Barack Obama and Bill Cosby (the only people allowed to eat ...
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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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