Hampton Inn and Suites Leesburg
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Travel Blogs from Leesburg
... This is the factory where all of our US money is printed. This tour allows you to watch, from behind glass, how the money actually being printed. Elias was disappointed, however, because he thought we would be close to the printers to see how the machines work, etc. I chuckled to myself at his naivety!
That ended our day, so back on the subway we went and headed home where ...
... 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 ...
... considered to be rather a small city, it has had everything I needed in it. I’ve had the opportunity to learn about my future, about my world, about myself, and all this within the city limits.
Life is all about the choices we make and the way we live them. Opportunities might come, but you have to be ready to claim them. For the last months we all made decisions, some of them good, others not so much, but what's more important is the overview of a ...
... including the First Lady's exhibit, which showcased the Inaugural gowns from every presidential Inauguration since Mary Todd Lincoln. I was sure to get a snapshot of Michelle's first inaugural gown along with her Jimmy Choo's, which were amazing to see up close! Another thrill was catching a quick peep of Michelle's white house vegetable garden. I was amazed at how organized it looked, so much tidier than my old backyard veggie ...
... two windows done by Frank Lloyd Wright. I really appreciate his architectural style, so seeing those was quite a treat. The title of the windows was Composition in Light: Window from the Coonley Playhouse. His design vision was striking.
Of course I had to include a photograph of Woman (Personage) by Joan Miro since he was a Spanish artist. It was not my favorite work, but he was from Spain.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking