Hilton Garden Inn Washington DC/US Capitol
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Sweet hotel. And free internet connection for all.
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... 160; The next morning, we were still laughing about our eventful evening as we walked towards central DC, ready to not go into all the Smithsonian museums and not be in awe of the Lincoln Memorial. The shutdown really affected us here as everything is a National Park, funded by the Government. However, the bus tours were still running, so instead of going into all these places, we got to see them from the outside. The ...
... a few other things. Next up was the Natural History Museum. T-Rex was prominent again, so was the giant squid and the hope diamond. A quick visit of both then it was back on the train home. We finished of our final night in DC with dinner at Il Canale in Georgetown, a nice Italian place with wood-fired pizza. It ran a close second to ...
Last night's motel was reasonably priced but noisily air-conditioned - one could choose from a long list of reasons for not being able to sleep. Glad good humour was in short supply the next morning. Under a small cloud, we drove on to Kris and Craig's, abandoned the car and hopped on a train to Washington. Central Washington proved to be a tonic, being everything a Great Capital City should be. The Federal buildings are the very embodiment of State, the ...
... and of course amazing martinis. We danced the night away at Patty Boom Boom listening to Reggae/dancehall music and squeezing our way through the jam packed upstairs dance floor. Then there was our personal favorite, The Touchdown in U Street, which we dibbed as our bar since no one else was there except the bachelor party we somehow picked up along the way. All in all a great way to ease my way in to the travel adventures I was about to embark ...