Holiday Inn Express Fairfax-Arlington Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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.
... br> President John F. Kennedy and his family are buried here. The Arlington House is open to the public and we were able to walk through the whole house. The house is beautiful and full of the original furnishings including some that belonged to George Washington. The woman that walked us through the house was dressed in an 18th century hoop dress, bonnet, lace gloves and carried a beautiful hand painted silk fan. We walked through the ...
... 30am. John is in first class while I am with the masses in the back. How does that work? Well..."Travel *****" as I am affectionately called bought his ticket with miles and just so happened to have a first class seat. That's okay... At least I have an aisle seat and hopefully no fat sweaty guy sitting next to me spreading his arms out wide while reading his newspaper. We are supposed to land in IAH at ...
... back over the park to finish with an IMAX short about air racing and a planetarium show on possible other habitable worlds. Too cool. Embarrassing I know, we were back at the Air & Space Museum until closing again. Man, I could come here every day for a week .......
Back at the hotel we decided to wander up the road to find some easy dinner. Pasta/Noodle place. Perfect. Leaving packing for the morning.
... 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 ...