Hampton Inn & Suites National Harbor/Alexandria Area
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Breakfast and back to hotel. Unfortunately the hotel's bikes had already been taken so that stopped our plans of cycling around the sights today, while the weather was warmer. We decided to buy the hop-on hop-off trolley bus tour to get around instead. A rocky start just missing the bus from near our hotel and then struggling to find a sign of where they stop each 30 mins - turns out half of the stops they aren't able to put signs up because they're heritage listed! ...
... trains from Manhattan streets. Because it was built above street level, it eliminated street crossings from Spuyten Duyvil to lower Manhattan. It was known as the “Life Line of New York”. As trucking began to replace rail...it was no longer used and by 1980 all the trains had stopped running. Threatened with demolition in 1990, neighborhood residents Joshua David and Robert Hammond formed Friends of the High Line to advocate for preservation and reuse of ...
... the museum and still felt I rushed
through to make it around the whole place. I used a free audio guide but barely
had time to listen to the detailed stories about the paintings if I was going
to try to make it through in one day. I took so many pictures of great
paintings that I decided to break my photos up into two blog entries, the first
covering the gallery’s west wing and the second the gallery’s east wing.
Arrived about 10.15am. Got off at Cleveland Park stop and walked downhill for about .5 kms. Was very disappointed in the beginning as the giant panda baby was up a tree and a couple of other animals weren't on display either. Things improved thankfully and we walked heaps on a 95 degree day. It was really hot. Had lunch at the 'Mane' Restaurant (they were doing a roaring trade). . ...
... chicken and watched people struggle with their inside out umbrellas.
Our night was made just right when we arrived by cab to our hotel to find the place swarming with police officers and the foyer cordoned off! Our natural curiosity was bettered only by our desire not to get shot, so we went and locked our room door, and even with "hill street blues" going on right outside, we fell asleep pretty quickly.