Holiday Inn Express Washington DC East - Andrews AFB
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We were saddened to leave our AirBNB this morning as it's been a great base to explore Reykjavik. The drive to the airport was uneventful but dealing with gas for the rental car was more challenging than expected. Because of our credit card type, I had to buy a prepaid gas card then fill it with that. Luckily, the rest of the process was relatively smooth and we had a few minutes in the airport to shop and relax before boarding. Six ...
... got out after only a few minutes.
It was a nice short walk from the metro to the Cemetary. To see the tombstones of so many men and women who gave up their lives for our country was quite moving. The Cemetary was just what I expected- huge, humbling, emotional, meticulous, sad, interesting, proud. It was a powerful place and very quiet, full of solitude. We read on one of the larger tombstones a ...
... random American history facts now!
We walked back on the capitol pathway that led us to the White House (or at least as close as mere tourists can get to the White House) and stopped for lunch in a café called Cosi. We had been wondering where the FBI building was so whilst in the café I looked it up. It was next door! Literally across the road from us. So Hayley and I did a quick recon but alas Fox Mulder was nowhere to be found so we continued on our Mall walk east of ...
... of the Lincoln Monument and only narrowly averted tumbling down the 100 or so steps. Miraculously I performed a 180 degree turn just at the last second and was able to regain my composure and of course make it all look intentional and cool (not).
We finished the visit by heading to dinner with Christine near her home just across the DC border in Alexandria, Virginia. Really cool town, its a shame it wasn't the ...
... work the next day so she couldn't come out with us but she told us some places to go. We go to a bar called Bentleys and grab a few beers. No one told us the bar closed in only an hour so we unfortunately were a little unprepared when they started kicking people out. Army asked a random girl what people do once the bars close around here and she invited us back to her place for a post game. We end up drinking and dancing with a bunch of UMD ...