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Travel Blogs from Sterling
Arrived here in Washington DC fro Dallas and it is just as cold, picked up the hire car and set off for the hotel with the joys of everything being on the other side, after settling in to our hotel with a big warm fire, we received a request from Ellie to pick up a small present for one of her friends from Tiffany's so off we set …
... spotted one I took off to grab it before anyone else could. Apparently in my haste to reach said weigh station I completely cut off the Team USA men’s basketball team, which was also traveling through the airport. I didn’t even notice them until Dad pointed them out to me. So cool, right? We won’t discuss the fact that I somehow missed cutting off 20 massively tall guys. I don’t think this makes me rude, I think it just means I’m a ...
Pinch and a punch for the 1st of the month. Looks a bit gay when you are doing it to yourself. Oh well.
Left it as late as possible to check out of my hotel as I had some admin stuff and research I needed to do. As my flight to Washington DC wasn't scheduled to depart until 6.30pm, I dropped my bag off at the hotel reception and got them to store it.
I then headed down to Starbucks on Fort Lauderdale beach ...
... in the screening line. I am not going to blame TSA. It is not their fault when some pin heads (probably Congress) decide that two screening points on a Sunday morning in the cruise capitol of the east coast is good idea. Idiots.
An uneventful flight calumniating with a smooth landing during snow flurries. Welcome home. Great Food. Great Drinks. Great Memories. Great Family. Thanks for making turning the Big 5-0 much less of a ...
... needs (air-con, wireless internet and a nice comfy bed). Having been given the "grand tour" and some useful tips on what to see and do by our host Joe, we freshened up and headed out to explore what D.C had to offer. With more than half the day already gone, we decided to start small and headed out to Georgetown - a VERY upmarket area consisting of beautiful stately homes, parks, a waterfront along the Potomac river and home to Georgetown University. We spent our first hour ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool