Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park
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... all the boring stuff we packed up the trailer which attached to a mini bus kinda thing which will be our transport for the next 35 days at least. We found out that there was forecasted thunderstorms for the next two days and we were supposed to be camping. Luckily our tour leader got onto that and booked us into a hostel in Washington. We were finally on the road headed for Philadelphia. It was meant to be a couple of hours in Philly but the weather was ...
... Rica until you've been there. Then you can actually get it. It reminds me of Burn Camp in some ways, because you just don't get it until you come there and see how wonderful the entire situation really is. I am looking forward to future Costa Rican adventures, and I hope I can continue to be a part of making a difference in a small part of the world. Thank you for reading, and please try to embody the "Pura Vida" lifestyle. For now, ...
... We ate as soon as we got back and then decided to go for a walk and see if we could suss out where we were. We walked down 7th avenue and then along by all the (shut) museums. We were attempting to find the White House (without a map) when it poured down absolutely torrential rain. We were soaked in seconds and then had to trudge back to the hostel. Early night after that up again tomorrow to check out the sights in the daylight ...
... green and graves... Makes you quiet just thinking about it. We walked to the top of the hill where The Arlington House stands with a great panoramic view of the whole city and its monuments. A bit below the house are the gravesites of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. We find our way down again and visit the Tomb of the Unknowns, an impressive memorial site where a Military Officer holds post to honour the ...
... damage) towards the World War II memorial, by the pool of reflection and up to the Lincoln Memorial. I’ll say one thing – the Yanks know how to do public, poignant spaces. In each place there was an air of celebration, pride and respect. Sitting on the steps of the Lincoln memorial, where Martin Luther King Jr gave his famous 1963 speech “….free at last, free at last, thank God almighty I’m free at last!’ to 250 000 people, one could not help ...