Hampton Inn & Suites Washington-Dulles International Airport
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... packing yet, I figure I should probably get some shut-eye. If you've made it this far in my post, AKA you cared enough to read the whole thing, thank you again! I'm still on the North American continent, so I'm not exciting yet, but I promise I'll try my best to keep your gorgeous existence entertained. :)
Catch ya on the flip side (of the Atlantic!- get it? Cause I'm funny.),
Wow what a full on packed but interesting and enjoyable day have I had today!!! ... Woke up, got ready and left hostel by 6 am to head to the bus by 6-30 ! ... Whoo Hoo I was on the way to Washington DC ... On the way we passed through New Jersey, Delaware and
Then it happened we headed into Washington District Columbia and I got my first glimpse of the Capitol !!! WOW O WOW, I was seeing something I had seen heaps on TV ...
... time at a mall. :). But can't add anything else to my luggage so just window shopping except for my glasses. Met up with Tom at Air and Space around 2 pm. (After a 45 minute bus ride). Yikes! But what was the rush. Take a look at the photos. Oh yeah. Also a picture of my glasses. Pictures by Wall of Honor. I gave a small donation to have toms name put on the wall of honor. Thomas Edward ...
... good. One of the best pieces is a map of America made of TVs. All are playing, with different images for each "state", e.g. Wizard of Oz for Kansas, Oklahoma for Oklahoma etc. We spend ages looking at it. The highlight of the day is Ford's Theatre, the place where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated just a few days after the civil war was won. It is still a working theatre (and quite modern) but ...
... particular favorite of mine, especially the skating scenes.
As it was growing late (or at least we were growing tired), we decided to start heading back. We stopped to see what was in the Castle (an information center and Civil War photography exhibit) before picking up our coats. Our last stop along the Mall was the Lincoln Memorial, which was incredibly crowded. We climbed the steps, admired the man and the view, then walked back to our hotel.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Washington-Dulles International Airport Sterling
Rooms are OK, staff helpful. No restaurant so we had to walk over to the Holiday Inn.
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