Fairfield Inn Washington Dulles Airport South/Chantilly
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Please pray travel mercies over us and our entire group - we are 96 strong! Wellness, stamina, and protection for us all. And for the families and schedules we leave behind.
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... great. Like most people, I recognised only a couple of the songs and didn't know the the whole story so it was a real surprise and pleasure. I think if I lived anywhere near NYC, I'd make sure I went to the various plays and shows on a regular basis. What a way to leave your own reality for a couple of hours and watch some very talented people perform. And the only way to do it is to get the half price tickets! So worth it if you knew what you wanted to watch and willing to take a ...
... almost every conceivable flying machine in there! The pods from Gemini and Apollo missions were there and you could see the scorch marks that re entry made!!! Even a quarter piece of a jumbo plane in there!!! The Wright Brothers original bi plane is housed there and so many other planes that you could go inside and see how the past traveled!!! After this amazing place ...
... It's 4:32am and I'm seated by my window in the back of the plane patiently awaiting takeoff. I also learned that my flight from El Salvador to Costa Rica has been delayed four hours. So now I will be spending six hours in San Salvador rather than two. ...
... etc. Also...the National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center!
This museum essentially houses the collection that can't fit in the Air and Space Museum in DC. Included is the famous B-29 Super Fortress "Enola Gay," an Air France Concorde, an XF-35 (our most advanced fighter jet) and the Space Shuttle Discovery. The museum has an open floor concept so it's a bit overwhelming to take in. Check out my photos for some of the highlights. The ...