Hampton Inn Fairfax City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today, we had the windshield of our car replaced. At home service for only $204. Not bad we think. The new windshield is a bit better because it has a "shady strip" along the top of it.
Other than that, we had lunch and David, Lulu's brother, and his daughter Valerie arrived as well.
... starbucks and sparkling rest rooms. We stayed just outside of Washington DC in Campsprings, Maryland to avoid the hassles of trying to find overnight parking. It was right near the air force base as we discovered the next morning eating breakfast we were the only ones without a gun on our hip. We were only a quick train ride out so we still got in a full day of sight seeing as there was plenty to ...
... by tourists and Santa's elves on stilts. Marc takes me to try a crab sandwich - the crab is soft shelled and you eat the whole thing, legs, innards and all!
The weekend is all planned out already with a trip to ChristmasTown at Busch Gardens and Jamestown, the home of Pocahontas and landing point of Captain John Smith. We're joined on the trip by Marc's sister and another old Cambridge friend, Anwar - the world really is a tiny place! Unfortunately the rain ...
... drove thru DC, past some of the sights and the Pentagon. A chilled evening booking the weekend's girlie night away over some spag bol and prosecca! Earlyish night to try to catch up on some sleep! Day 2 - it has not stopped raining since I got here! Torrential rain at that! We head out to the REI store so I can go buy a fleece and some convertible trousers, trust me to go for the most expensive, this budgeting is not ...
... to Washington DC. When we arrived back at the Washington Monument the bus was stopped by a police roadblock. We alighted the bus and sat on the grassy mound near the road to watch a cavalcade of security and police vehicles. It was most likely the president or his family members returning to the White House after their Saturday afternoon outing. We gave them a wave and one of the vehicles tooted its horn in ...