Holiday Inn Alexandria SW Eisenhower Ave
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Today we took on the war memorials. Wow, I didn't know there were that many in this city, and each one is so cleverly designed and thought provoking. We thought it'd best to take a tour and have someone tell us all about the history of them. But, when your tour bus turns up, it's a black van, a shaddy character behind the wheel and you're the only ones to board, well you feel rather apprehensive! Thankfully looks can be ...
So it has been over a day since i last blogged. I think night time blogging will be a new thing. To rushed in the morning. Yesterday we went through Philadelphia for a quick stop. Saw Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. A beautiful old little town. Then all piled back onto the bus, and headed to Washington DC. We were rushed at our check in time, with limited time to get ready for the ...
... have a bit more legroom, a comfier seat and free food and drink on a budget airline (and all for an extra $10 on each flight). The only downside was that as I was flying to Washington DC there was no direct flight so I had to fly to Atlanta (AirTran's hub) where I had a 30 minute layover there before boarding the flight to Washington DC. When I boarded the flight it turned out that the guy who was sat across from me on the flight to Atlanta was sat next to me on the flight ...
... Thank you to everyone at the concierge desk for keeping us safe and for keeping us smiling with your endless "good mornings", “have a nice days” and “welcome homes.” Thank you, Nate, for keeping this place running and for getting me and my roommates out of the dark by replacing eight of our light bulbs. And to all of the RA’s, thank you for your dedication, patience and your professional support. And Adam, thank you for the coffee! Of course life ...
This morning we had a few sleepy heads who missed their wakeup call. Mrs. Richards had to use her special way of waking them up. It involved jumping on their beds. After breakfast at the hotel we loaded the bus since were headed away from Washington DC. Our bus dropped us off at the US Capitol building. We took some pictures and then walked around the Capitol building to the US Supreme Court. Currently the US Supreme Court is undergoing renovation so they have erected scaffolding ...
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