Holiday Inn Express Fairfax-Arlington Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... is directly in your line of vision. Being an optimist at least we got to see the touchdowns as the only parts of the field we could actually see were the 10 yard lines on both ends.
After the game and feeling rather despondent that we couldn't follow more of the game, we decided to brave the train system to make our way back to the hotel. What was really bizarre was having Americans ask us how to buy tickets and get on the right train. Thank you London! ...
... 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.
... one world I would to describe Washington is, Extravagant. Then we drove around to the Lincoln Memorial. I did not go up and have a look tonight as we had no camera and it was packed. Then it was back home for an early night. Day one was up early and get into it! The bus left for the Arlington Cemetry at 8.00. It was an awe inspiring place. Even with no American military roots it still hits home. Its magnificently manicured grounds and perfectly aligned tombstones is ...
... Cosi's for a fast breakfast and then onto the 'hop on hop off bus'. There is a red, blue, yellow and green route - we did three of them today and will do ...
... 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 ...