Holiday Inn Express Fairfax-Arlington Boulevard
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Wake up call at 4:30am to get up and make it to the bus stop around the corner from my friends house. This involved us running after one bus and just before we got there they took off. I took the express bus from the Bronx into Manhattan. The bus driver was astounded by the fact I was basically carrying my weight in luggage. It was a definite struggle. When I got into Manhattan it was amazing how dead the streets were but ...
... to New York. Next we were booked in to go to the top of the Washington Monument. They were running a bit behind luckily as so were we. We caught an elevator to the top and saw some great views in each direction. On the way down in the elevator we went past some internal carved stones. We then walked to the US Capitol. They were building a big temporary stage in front of it so our views were a bit obstructed. Then we were booked in to see the ...