Hampton Inn Fairfax City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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For Dougie's camping birthday party, Mike and I decided to set up two "tents" since we had 12 persons staying over. We set up the LLBean screen house--which sleeps 6--and our new 6 person Mountain Hardware tent. All of the boys/men slept in the screen house and the ladies stayed in the regular tent. For enjoyment, we also set up 2 hammocks which the kids really enjoyed. The first hammock is the Byers Amazonas hammock and the other was the Byers ...
... we were barmy.
Thursday night was really special for Thomas and I as we watched our first concert at Radio City Hall and it was to see one of our favourite bands “Train”. They have a song called “Marry Me” which is just beautiful and it was so moving when they played it that night.
On Friday Mum, Dad and I walked the High Line. The highlight was eating oysters and lobster (and drinking 2 bottles ...
... by some distance. But there was a great variety of exhibits, and balanced coverage of the Knights of the Air from WW1, a good film showing Hollywood's aviation depictions after WW2 and plenty to chew on. On that note, less recommended is the space ice cream available in the shop, and being offered around by a couple of Brits. "It's horrible" didn't get many takers.
Continuing down the mall and it's all killer, with the WW2 memorial huge and ...
... civil wars etc. Arlington house was beautiful both inside and out. Some of the beds having lovely quilts on them.
Back to the bus and the Lincoln Memorial and back to the welcome centre. Got some lunch nearby and then Lisa headed to the Smithsonian Natural History Museum while Louise, Margaret and Judith headed out to do some shopping near the Mayflower Hotel. Then walked back towards the Whitehouse, which ...
... up and about when you have a one year old, but hey what's the rush! Annapolis is a Navy town, with a huge Naval Academy where PJ went to university. As he is military we manage to park at the academy for free, good job really as there was a boat show on at the yacht club so the town was packed.
The naval academy is huge and dominates the town. It is very pretty though and all the buildings are what I would describe as traditional east coast America. We have a ...