Holiday Inn Arlington At Ballston
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... to leave in the afternoon, heading to Dallas.
Later that afternoon, as I waited in the gate area, I could tell the flight was full. My zone, printed on the ticket as Zone 4, the last group to board. Since I had so many electronics in my carry-on, I did not want to have to check my carry-on. I wished to avoid the rough handling and the cold temperatures of the cargo hold. I decided to plead my case to the gate agent. Bad idea. ...
... want to learn about....it’s there. And it’s free for all to enjoy. The Smithsonian was established 1846 "for the increase and diffusion of knowledge," and is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States government.There are museums all along the National Mall (thankfully not another big box shopping fiasco that USA and Canada have adopted as the focus of all things worthwhile), on both sides which is a long green space/park ...
... br> We saw a bakery shop that was in the middle of making cookies but we didn't go in coz it was full of customers.
We found a burger joint for dinner and it was quite reasonably priced.
After that we went to The Ellington.
We had fried icecream for dessert. Gail thought it was to die for.
Back to the hotel for an early night after a big day.
... interested in how the different regions chose to remember the 4th of July. We stuck our heads inside briefly but the $20+ entry seems a bit much when there were so many fantastic free museums that we had not seen. Maybe we will find ourselves here the next time.
We stepped across the street and into the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Both the airconditioning and the art were impressive and we meandered from room to room being surprised ...
... and slammed the door super hard. Then WALAAAAA! It opened! So cool. So if Ryan or I ever get locked out of our hotel room we know how to get in! He was really embarrassed but I told him those sorts of stories make the best memories! Plus, as we were leaving the maintenance man who figured it out shook our hand with a giant grin and explained it was his first day on the job and he was pleased he had figured it out! We drove to Arlington and talked a little bit about what it ...