Holiday Inn Alexandria SW Eisenhower Ave

2460 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Eisenhower East - Carlyle District area of Alexandria, is near Old Town, Old Town Waterfront, Washington Masonic National Memorial, and U.S. Patent and Trademark Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandria

    Days 213 - 218: USA - Road Trip, East Coast

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on Dec 13, 2013

    109 photos

    ... I just looked out of the visitor information window, past a set of rocking chairs to a view of green space onto the pier which took my gaze out to sea. For us, a view like that says it all. We tell her we are here to discover places like this and meet people just like her. Off the main drag, it's a hidden treasure to many, we felt like we were the only ones in this town. This place has in fact been discovered by Hollywood. Over 49 films and tv series have been filmed in this ...

    Jhonson's go to Washinton D.C.

    A travel blog entry by camaccounting on Oct 11, 2013

    35 photos

    ... to the convention to the trade show until 5. Had to rush back to go the the Academy Reception. It was held at the Women's Museum. The 20 inductees and their spouses were introduced again. Two women were inducted this year. Had a nice dinner and got to tour the museum. Got back to the hotel at 9. October 14, 2013, Monday Don got up early to go to a breakfast meeting. I finally get to sleep in. I think today is a free ...

    More Museums & Monuments

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 31, 2013

    ... about either of them to judge their character on it's own merits but if the war had occured twenty years sooner or later would there be this monument to Roosevelt or would his predeccsor or succesor be immortilized instead? How many people are never put into situations where they really find out what kind of person they are? Most I'd say. By now it was dark, and the monuments had been beautifully lit up. With photos done I hightailed it the hour or so across town and back to the ...

    G'day from WA (Washington D.C that is!)

    A travel blog entry by jennell on Jun 12, 2013

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... under 16 years of age were killed at concentration camps as soon as they arrived. This particular boy, Daniel, lost his sister and his mother that way but he and his father survived. The exhibit chronicled the years prior to entering the concentration camp, first living in his home and then in the ghetto before going on to describe the concentration camp. The main exhibit of the museum was also very moving. I don't think I will ever forget the ...

    Day 2 - Washington DC

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 04, 2013

    2 comments, 59 photos

    ... Hope diamond (45.25 carots). The elephant in the rotunda. Back on the bus we headed for the US National Holocost Museum. A very somber experience. It is a well executed experience that explains what led up to the Holocost with the rise of the Nazis. Stories of people from various countries who helped Jews hide or escape are told. Also told are the horrific realities that women and children were the first to be executed or gassed. The Nazis ...