Quality Inn and Suites Quantico, VA
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and drove us on a 3 hour drive to the airport. Once we were there we checked in and ate a Japanese meal one last time before we return. We ended up barely making time to rush through security and arrive at the gate, only to find out our plane had been delayed by 2 hours. After boarding the plane, it took 12 hours and 35 minutes to reach Dulles airport in Washington D.C.; where we were greeted by my best friend and her ...
... most of whom are returned soldiers from WW2. There are also 700 soldiers buried from the wars in Iran and Iraq. The grounds are filled with beautiful gardens and flowering cherry blossom trees. The placement of the posts (headstones) symbolises soldiers marching in formation so are buried in formation. We visited the White House and had a group photo......too many things to see so couldn't stop for a cuppa with Michelle.....maybe next time :) ...
... s characteristic dance of Thessalia (a northern region of Greece) but can be danced by both men and women. The song of Karagouna is a reference and an admiration to the majestic women’s dress. It is a slow dance consisting of three dancing motifs, each having different number of steps which are danced in an isochronal regular rhythm. Turkish Folk Music: In contrast to classical, folk music usually contains lyrics based on real life events or ...
... pointing towards our house! As we arrived within about a mile and a half from home, Ryan pointed out, "Now it just feels like we're coming home from Home Depot or something." So instead of a 32-day incredible and unforgettable odyssey with the family in our mini van, driving "one lap" from one coast to the other coast and back, once we got near home, it just felt like we were coming home from an errand. Well, that's the perspective of a 9-year old ...
... who like me, are probably pretty self conscious of using each other’s language.
But seriously… the things I LOVED, clearly outweigh the things that were “lowlights” for me. Because even with those lows in my trip… I wouldn’t change it for the world! Getting sick made me realize that I am really prone to sea sickness… something I kind of deny. Sweating helped me keep weight off as I ate everything in sight. :) ...