Holiday Inn Express Fairfax-Arlington Boulevard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be doing some sightseeing. The weather is great--not too hot, not too humid. Mt. Vernon, George Washington's plantation home has been mentioned as a possible trip. Mark may make a trip to the Manassas/Bull Run Civil War Battle Field, with or without the others.
The car will need a new windshield and a tune up.
... Ian enjoyed taking selfies with sleeping tourists...
Carlene purchased AT LEAST 6 packets of freeze dried icecream... I had 2 bites but I am 90% certain she consumed the rest in a matter of a couple of hours...
Mia and Sarah were in hysterics when we left the museum because they got to see their idol Jared Padalecki from a show called Supernatural. They were literally screaming and crying with ...
In some regards, outsiders may sometimes have stereotypical views on America as a country and generalise about it's people.. To sum it up: "Worldwide in America". Prior to leaving home, America was a country I've had mixed feelings about spending 3months in. Over the past 6 months we have met a few Americans along the way who have broken these stereotypical views. Like anything, it's often the unknown that paints these views in our head. What we have noticed, maybe another ...
... the Old City of Jerusalem; the Dome of the Rock in the near distance;
the modern city a bit farther off.
An Israeli tour guide begins to explain the importance of this spot to
the Jewish people. “King David,” he might say, “walked here.” He will
explain where Jews could go, and where they could not, before 1967, and
what the city’s unification meant for Jews the world over.
And then he will ...
Today we took a sightseeing tour of the capital, starting with the White House North facing area, then the Capital building before heading to the Lincoln memorial. The morning was really warming up quickly but we mastered the stair climb to see the great man in his chair. In this area we also visited three war memorials - The Second World War, the Korean and Vietnam ...