HYATT house Sterling/Dulles Airport-North
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... t seen it and if you haven't...shame on you!). It was absolutely huge and towered over the many tourists viewing and taking pictures of the landmark. Due to heat, Helen had sun stroke so went back to the hostel. Alex and I went to the air and space museum. It was free which was awesome and stretched across 2 floors with different rooms full of information about the solar system, gravity, the Apollo missions, the history of aviation and so much more! Unfortunately, we ...
... the Lancaster Airport for my first flight, I was stressed. Stressed might be a bit of an understatement. But I was able to file a fraud claim and cancel my account in time. MORAL OF THE STORY: Always be completely packed the night before you fly! I made this a permanent rule for myself after I almost overslept a 7am flight to Barcelona two years ago, and it has served me well! ...
... in the structure. Well at least they had not just covered it because they knew we were coming.
With the Navy yard shooting happening yesterday we were worried that the city might be on lock down,but that turned out to be an unfounded concern, with all attractions\memorials open to the public.
Next up we headed over to Obama's house (for the next 3 years only). Pretty cool pad if i might say so myself, ...
... house the originals of the Declaration of Independence, the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. For some reason, they also have one of the four original copies of the Magna Carta???? They are of course impossible to read, but it seems right to see them when only a few days ago, we were in the room where the independence declaration and constitution were signed. Now we are hot, tired and up to capacity with American History. Owen ...
Is there any place more fascinating for observing people than the airport? Honestly, I don't even bring reading material anymore because it is so much more fun to watch people and appreciate the interactions.
Mom and Dad took me to the airport today (thanks parentals!) and my first thought was to weigh my luggage, because I’ve been worrying all morning than it wouldn’t make weight. We wandered around for a bit to find a weigh station, and when ...