Hampton Inn and Suites Leesburg
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... dry, and the Alhambra itself has a rocky and forbidding facade; the abundance of water is surprising. It feels extra lush and luxurious. Directly across from the Alhambra are the neighborhoods of Albaycin and Sacromonte, where the gypsies live in caves and give flamenco dinner shows at night. In the evening, the shouts of the flamenco dancers and the music can be clearly heard in the Alhambra ...
... included a 13 minute introductory film, viewing the inside of the impressive dome, the crypt, the original Senate room and Supreme Court. Although the House of Representatives was not sitting today we were lucky to also be invited to view it’s Public Gallery.
In the afternoon we crossed over to the blue route of the Big Red Bus tour to cross the Potomac River into Arlington, Virginia. Here we saw the ...
... back to pick up my bags. After a struggle with the right pedal, I took Betsy apart and boxed her up to send back to La Crosse. My host Evan and his girlfriend Leslie picked me up from a coffee shop near the train station on their way back into town, which was nice. Then we made dinner - kielbasa sausage, cucumber salad, sweet corn, and green beans. Packed up again and ready to be back in my own bed tomorrow ...
Ok. I'm cheating here. I'm saying I wrote this blog in Washington on Tuesday. But it's actually Wednesday and I'm in Harrisburg. But that is my next blog - didn't want to stuff up my map by not checking in! Now. I have to remember where I left you. On Monday morning we woke up at Crowne Plaza at Newark and we meet our tour leader, Julia, in the lobby. She's a youngish girl from Minnesota who has being doing tours for 3 years but has only started at Top Deck this year (Top ...
... from the fireplace and this had been uncovered in 1993 when the building was about to be demolished. Next stop was Middleburg, an upmarket town very similar to a Cotswold town. Its a big fox hunting area with the American County set riding to hounds. In the centre is the stonewalled Red Fox Inn, established in 1728, the oldest standing Inn in the country. This was where JFK & Jackie and Liz Taylor used to go. Mike bought me a dazzling ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services