Fairfield Inn Washington Dulles Airport South/Chantilly
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... closed to traffic especially on formal days and weekends such as today. A few pictures later we are on our way back to the bus, this time we are being let loose for three hours downtown. We get out and decide we will take ten minutes to watch some of the motorcycles driving past, is is very patriotic to see them sounding their horns etc. some of the bikes must have cost a fortune and come from all parts of the country. Onto the Natural History Museum, ...
... Museum of America History which we visited yesterday. Had some early lunch here and waited outside for the red line. We got off the red line bus at Crime and punishment Museum. It had way more things to look at that I thought and we Erie there quite a while. I bought an FBI cap from the cop shop on the way out. It was good to ...
Today we had a hop on tour guide who took us through the graves of the American Heroes, including the graves of the Kennedy's at Arlington National Cemetery. The grounds were beautiful!!!! There is over 450000 graves on 600 acres. And it is so peaceful, except for all of the squirrels running around!!! From there we went to Capital Hill, Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Oh what a morning!!!! We had a free afternoon ...
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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.
The countdown is on!
... lot out of it and it was practically "wasted" to bring them. On the other hand, it gave me a huge eye-opener in time for our London trip in March. I had planned 9 days of straight museums. I have completely re-arranged our plans and am also willing to spend a bit of money to delight them rather than focusing only on free things. I think if I had done the Washington hop on hop off tour, that would have been the novelty needed to engage my kids. Good learning experience for this planner ...