Hampton Inn Manassas
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... and he had told me some pretty bad stories of heat and bug bites that I didn't think he wanted to relive. To my surprise, he agreed that it would be a pretty cool trip to take. Although he doesn't have much family left there, I have a TON and we knew that if we wanted to start a family of our own any time soon, this was the perfect opportunity for us to go there and meet each others family! We then decided that since we were on that side of ...
... Lots of St. Patty’s revelers, but they weren’t making too much noise. We waited about 10 minutes for a table. The kids loved the bucket of peanuts on the table. It reminded us of Jacks or Better growing up. Josie and Cheryl split a steak, Mac tried nachos, and Mark had a salad. An okay meal, but nothing to write home, or blog, about.
Back at the hotel, we tucked in for the night.
Tomorrow: Mount ...
... and with my spirits super excited
about seeing all the places I had only seen on TV. The weather had been
gorgeous and sunny. The bus tours of DC are probably the most efficient and
cover the entire city. A good tip again is to wear very very comfy shoes
here... There's a lot of walking up stairs and dashing to and fro from the
designated bus stops.
I started with the World War II Memorial. It was perfect
with 56 granite pillars in a semi circle ...
... pitched to perfection. It's a unique balance of modern and historic architecture, fine dining and truck food, progressive and nostalgia...you will find coffee shops and beer gardens intermingled with the Department of 'Almost Everything Important'. I walked and I walked and then I walked some more, and every time I looked up I found another 'tick-box'...from the Whitehouse, to the Washington Monument, Capitol Hill, the Lincoln, Jefferson, Roosevelt and King Jnr Memorials. I ...
... wet and very cold and headed to The Mall to see the main sights. After 30 minutes out in the open with strong winds and rain, we thought it couldn't get any worse..... Then it started hailing! We made a run for the nearest coffee shop which turned out to be Paul's a French patisserie. We ordered soup and hot drinks and once again tried to sit the storm out! After dragging our food and drinks out as long as possible and with a looks from the waiter to say ...