Holiday Inn Express Reston Herndon-Dulles Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... marble and surrounding an elaborate array of fountains. There were several veterans milling about and a few rows of chairs set up so it looked like there is a ceremony planned for tonight. It was nice to see many of the American people thanking the veterans for serving and I saw one teenage girl go up to a man in a wheelchair and ask to shake his hand. From the memorial we walked on up past the Washington monument and got back on the bikes to go home. We ventured out in the ...
What a great hotel! Justin came to our room to let us know that our flight had been delayed in Dublin due to the bad weather in the Northeast US. This gave us time to just have a relaxing morning and eat breakfast before checking out of the hotel and heading to the airport. Going through the process of security in international airports is becoming ...
... got back into my PJ's and went back to bed, Russ did some reading.
We took the D6 bus into town mainly to see where we will be meeting the tour tomorrow (if it doesn't snow). Town was empty, ************e there.
The streets are very wide and clean and the architecture is lovely, lots of old some newish, no high rise.
... we'd walked miles and Fred's feet were protesting. We barely scratched the surface on all the wonderful monuments and museums. You'd need a few more days to see everything. I really liked Washington.
We had another not so nice encounter with a bus driver on the way home. The No 83 Cherry Hill Park bus pulled up at the Subway station, Fred & I got on and as we did I just wanted to check with the driver that he was going to ...
... with mine of "Frog") Our spy duties while site seeing around the city were even more (well perhaps less!) disguised by our nearly official FBI hats. Our disguises were, city tourists! So I think we covered that remarkably well!
It started out with a walk into the main museum mile, where we went in search for the International Spy Museum. Bullseye, we found it, bought our tickets and entered in, ready for our spy operation to commence. There were Six of us ...