DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Washington DC - Silver Spring
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Swimming pool
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Walked to the metro station from Uncle Rob's house. We wore our packs for the first time and it was surprisingly comfortable and fairly light. We are on our way to AAA to get an international drivers permit. Then we need to get last minute supplies. Then we are off to the ...
... a maximum of about 13 stories.
The relatively uniform height of buildings gives a sense of spaciousness and airiness to the city. In Washington you never get the sense of being in windy canyons or in perpetual winter shadows of buildings as you do in New York or Chicago. The height limit also has the impact of creating a physically large downtown area and feeling of an urban center over a large part of the city. That’s different from so many American cities where ...
... some converse. So cheap too, they worked out at £19 for my converse! Bargain. Bought so much this trip though. It's gunna feel like Christmas when I get home. Went out for an Indian tonight. Well if you can call it an Indian. It was slightly dodgy. I had some chicken tikka but it was like dog meat. Turns out you had to order white meat if you wanted proper chicken! Needless to say I felt a bit queasy after that revelation. S ...
... her marriage to Frank Lanza. Florence told us an interesting story in which I think she revealed herself to be a woman of true wisdom. Apparently there was some discussion about who would walk her down the aisle, Charlie D. or her foster-father. Florence decided on her father, but also decided to stop her march to the alter near her foster-father so she could give him a kiss. What more needs be said?
Today we explored the national mall. Essentially it is a giant 4 mile walkway with varying museums on each side. There are cherry blossoms everywhere, the lawn is perfectly manicured and it is very Canberra-esque in its artificiality. The Washington Monument is first and it can be seen from pretty much everywhere we visit today. Museum entry is free and we end up in both Smithsonian museums exploring American history in the museum of American history and dinosaurs in the ...