Hampton Inn Alexandria/Pentagon South

Address: 4800 Leesburg Pike, Alexandria, Virginia, 22302, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Bailey's Crossroads area of Alexandria, is near The Birchmere, Gravelly Point Park, Fort Myer, and Fort Ward Museum and Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Alexandria

      Day 2 of the Bowser family vacation

      A travel blog entry by bambinmike on Jun 08, 2014

      We had a great time visiting George Washington's Mount Vernon estate. It was very interesting and educational while being a lot less busy and not as hot as the day before in D.C. Brian spent about an hour total throughout the day at the fully operational blacksmith shop and has determined he is ready to start his apprenticeship as a blacksmith. We …

      DC in a day

      A travel blog entry by bambinmike on Jun 07, 2014

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      We traveled to Washington DC on our first day. The kids did well in the car considering that we left at 6am. We saw The Mall, Washington Monument, White House, Lincoln Memorial, WWII Memorial, Capital, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, and Pentagon. We walked several miles and the kids did awesome with the heat and Brian's sore legs. We did catch …

      Bill's 90th in Washington DC /Alexandria, Virginia

      A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Nov 03, 2014

      1 comment, 40 photos

      ... We had deliberately not taken Bill into Washington that day although some of the others went, as we wanted him to have the energy to enjoy his dinner which he did. It was an early dinner and we had returned to our rooms by about 8.00pm, but this is the nature of a birthday for a 90 year old. The next day we all dispersed our various ways, with us travelling with Maureen & Bill back to Winston Salem and a time to go slow for a while. ...

      The Capital

      A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jun 17, 2014

      ... went to the Albert Einstein Planetarium at the museum and saw a show on the creation of the planets and stars narrated by Woppie Golberg. After the show we stopped at the gift shop for astronaut ice cream (tasted like cardboard but Sam liked it). Before heading to Philadelphia, Sam had a relative that he wanted to see so Army and I dropped him at their house, went and grabbed food, 20 minutes later we picked him up and began the short drive to Philly. ...

      Washington DC

      A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Mar 08, 2014

      ... a sandwich helped me back on my feet. The sun was coming out. Union Station however was mostly under construction. Washington is definitely worth seeing as a city. It bares the history of the US. The buildings are grotesque. It makes a friendly impression with a lot of joggers around. But it has the atmosphere of a capital. Importance. Yet something distant. I decided it had been enough. I didn't want to miss my flight so I took the Big Bus back to ...