Hampton Inn and Suites Leesburg
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Travel Blogs from Leesburg
... stay in Washington DC was filled with museums visits anyway, on the last day I had to visit some of them as well ;) Romana decided to take a day trip to Philadelphia, so I went by myself to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, which is one of the two places in the US where the money is printed (the other one is in Texas). During off-season, meaning in winter, you don't need any tickets in advance, just queue in front of the entrance. The tour is for free and ...
... It is quite the mob scene, thousands of human ants crawling this way and that. To escape the crowds, went to a planetarium show and Mary, Zoe, and I promptly fell asleep. Woke up at the point when the show visits a fiery exoplanet atmosphere...afterwards went to a food court to snack and try to regroup so I can fulfill my duty and update this ...
... and dropping our bags off at the Savoy (very nice place and just around the corner from the Vice President's house) we did a recce for brunch and then negotiated the local bus line followed by the Metro subway out to Arlington Cemetery. Very sobering place - the gravestones seem to stretch into eternity. We watched the soldier guarding the unmarked soldier's grave and also the change of the guard - such focus and precision. John F ...
... spark up conversation with them, Dave is a young lad, doing volunteer work, coaching football and paying for the privilege of volunteering (I keep my mouth shut here) another is a black girl who is just watching films on her laptop (very much like Toby on my last trip) and another French guy who has all his gear spread over, he is into martial arts and likes to let everyone know (I think he is trying to impress, but he failed with me, they are sports, been there, done ...
... 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
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility