Metro Points Hotel - Washington North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... including fitness trails, boating, fishing, picnic areas and cycle paths. Of all the campsites we stayed at, it was actually the least well equipped and most expensive, but when you take into account the other activities on offer, and its location so close to Washington DC, you can understand the price tag.
The next day (Sunday) was Mother’s Day here in the US. We were bound for Washington DC and all the white buildings your eyes can ...
... out way down the mall, stopping for appropriate tourist pics as we went. Luckily the rain had dissipated. This was until we decided to do an extra hike to Arlington Cemetery (the Kennedys and famous people are buried here. But not George Washington, because a law has been made that he cannot leave the state of Virginia) where it bucketed down.
Sunday morning, we went to the International Spy Museum, it was really cool. We got to pick a code name and had to ...
... we entered, and the staff was very friendly. They gave us a tour guide (booklet) which had a very nice map of every floor in it. There are six floors total, and the best way to make your way through the museum is to start on floor six and work your way down. Every floor contains 2-3 different exhibits, and some of them are always changing. My favorite exhibits were: the 9/11 exhibit, the presidents and their dogs exhibit, and the exhibit ...
... burned some of Jefferson's books, but there were many which were still in good condition. We were able to see Jefferson's originals, as well as books that were in his library but were gifted by other people.
After exploring through the Library of Congress, we stopped by Greg's workplace, NPR, and he gave us a personal tour which was such a treat. It was great to be able to see how things are situated inside and what goes ...
... when people leave gifts there, as they like to keep the memorial tidy; they pick up anything that is left and preserve them in a warehouse rather than throwing them away. When looking around the memorial we saw two pictures of what I assumed were two men who lost their lives in the conflict. This was correct as, whilst we talked about the pictures, a man turned around and told us that they were in fact his friends and that he had ...