HYATT house Herndon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... them to make the call to ALL the rooms.... (oh dear, don't age yourself mr! It's automated now!! And the poor desk guy was sooo polite and acted confused... SMH)
Maya has just text me (it’s midnight) about a funny smell in their room so I’m going to go check on that... Soooo until tomorrow...
Drifting along...Sending love, hugs, and girly kisses,
the flyin’ dandelion (and all my mini minion ...
... injustices, and went into the museum of Natural history. There were various displays of stuffed animals and quite a good oceanic section which notably featured a giant squid 11metres long, preserved in a glass case. The gem section housed the famous 'Hope diamond', an exquisite deep blue 45 carat diamond set in a necklace surrounded by white diamonds which is supposedly cursed. Getting back on some more bikes we cycled past the Washington monument and on to the White house. You ...
... of planning. They got it to the top of the stairs and stopped to rest. Mike was making jokes - you wanted to be on Mike's truck today, huh? - and the two little guys laughed and laughed. Anyway they got every thing in okay, no scratches. (Mike said Don't scratch it! I don't want to carry this thing back to the truck, the only way it's going down is in pieces!) it took them about two hours to install everything. It really changes the look of the place - now it is starting to look like ...
... but being as though he only misses it by one day, we all decided that it was a good excuse to have another birthday cake. That makes 4 birthday cakes in 3 weeks. That must be some kind of record.
27/8/13 Washington DC (District of Columbia)
We had a free day today, a good opportunity for everyone to do their own thing. Fred & I caught the bus and subway into the city. We had our first encounter with the locals and I ...
... have come a across. Pillars, columns and flooring all in magnificent marble with a majestic glass arched roof. They obviously took rail travel seriously when they built this. (I am posting a Facebook picture entitled 'recognise the scene'. Let me know if anyone does.) So onto the train to Washington to arrive around noon, and just in time for lunch with Barrack and Michelle. You would think lunch at WH should be better than on the train. I will let you. I hope they remember we're in ...