Fairfield Inn Washington Dulles Airport South/Chantilly
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... who is this guy with the
Hungarian-sounding name the place is named for? I Googled. It turns out that he’s
a founder of one of the world’s largest air-lease companies, one of Forbes
500-richest people in the world, and the major contributor to the new museum. And
he was born in Hungary, so I guessed the name correctly.
Like all the Smithsonian museums admission is free, but
parking is a steep $15 and there’s ...
... work for the American Red Cross. Our meeting was this morning and we had a realy good time discussing how the values of social work fit in to disaster work and what a current student needs to do in order to work for the Red Cross after graduation. It's amost like I have a plan now. Crazy. Of course, I have no idea what I am doing tomorrow.
Until next time....
... us we could sit together after the next station - as Andrews 'friend' was getting off (gotta love the americans - they won't give up anything they deem is their right - they show such fortitude!) Anyhow, a quick two hour ride and we were in the US capital! OMG the Union station - what a building - But - Andrew was on a mission - to get out! So we headed out to the taxi ...
My parents dropped me off at the Airport at about 6 PM. I checked my bag and went through security and found my gate. I got some Chinese food. I was amazed to find that there was a bar that served ONLY tequila in the terminal. Sadly, I was not yet in an enlightened country where the drinking age is 18 and was therefore unable to sample the Tequilaria.
I went to wait by my gate for my 10:55 flight. At 10:55 everyone lined up. Nothing ...
I'd like to say that this trip started off magically. That our morning was brightened by a sun cresting over the Allamuchy Range waiting to shine down on us the great possibilities of the day that lay ahead.
However, two of our stupid cats....Rocky and Paulie to be specific...decided that Mom and Dad didn't need any sleep! Nope, they were quite content to run around like 7th graders after three cans of Red Bull ALL night. We sprayed them with ...