Holiday Inn Alexandria SW Eisenhower Ave
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Above all, one of my favorite moments, was the day when I went skiing with my new family. We spent a wonderful day skiing but the next two days, we had horrible aches!! But I will never forget this great time! I’m just lucky to have my host family
Until now, I haven’t visited a museum, but that will come very quickly!!!Continue to follow me and share with me my great trip in DC.
... door...just like that...because the New Yorkers just deal with it. They figure it out. They get on with it. And they did it all with a smile!
From here we dove into Washington D.C. Easy city to navigate. Excellent transportation system. Very accessible. Bike friendly. Clean. Lots of big $$'s in this city...for obvious reasons....And a bit sterilized compared to the wild liveliness of New York...but they have the Smithsonian Institute. Wow. ...
... large water bottle they were drinking out of but it certainly wasn't water. We bought some wine and had a few drinks with them. They made the trip go really fast and we had a great time with them.
We got to Union Station around 6:30 which was 2 hours later than we were supposed to. We got a cab straight away and went to the hotel. After we checked in, we went straight back out and looked for some ...
... After the parade we wandered a bit, at first thinking to visit the Newseum that we had heard very good things about. Outside the Newseum we were accosted by a petitioner who wanted us to "Support Gay Rights". I am still waiting for polygamy rights. We walked around the Newseum and briefly into Canada as we set foot on the Canadian Embassy's property. We read the front pages/headlines of various newspapers that were on display infront of the Newseum ...
... I heard tv makes things seem bigger but we didn't realize the White House was so small. Don wanted me to go ask the cop if it was the White House. Was kind of disappointed. I actually liked the Dwight Eisenhower Executive Office Building next door better. It would make a great haunted house. The property had two big magnolia trees. It was cool enough for our jackets. Got a picture of the steam coming out of ...