Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Historic District Alexandria
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... was our tour guide, he was great, pointed out all the major landmarks in the city and took us to each war memorials. First stop, Arlington National Cemetery. I didn't realise just how big the cemetery was until we arrived. It is broken up into 2 main areas, old graves (variety of different grave stones) and newer graves (every single grave stone is the same so that more can fit). Then there are 50 different sections within ...
... We headed out to Tony & joes seafood restaurant. Reminded us off Darling Harbour a little bit. A really nice night. Got to chat with Andrew & Sue and Dirk & Diane. 2 lovely couples from Adelaide. We all enjoyed our night, which was finished with a night tour of DC. This was beautiful, seeing the JFK performing arts centre, the WW2 memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. We were ...
... DC. During the flight we got talking and found out that he was actually from Chicago so got talking about the Bears. He also gave me some advice about things to see and when we were coming into land at Ronald Reagan Airport he pointed out a few things for me. Now, I'm not sure if any of you have been to Ronald Reagan Airport but considering he was an important two term US President the airport is very small and ******. To be honest it's that bad that if they wanted ...
... RAF would not have been the same without my three awesome roommates! We shared moments of happiness, sadness, anger, frustration, confusion, joy, excitement, motivation and even inspiration. Many thanks to you guys, we’ve been through a lot together over this past semester, and I don’t think I have ever properly thanked you for everything you guys did for me. The fact that we’ve gotten along so well, that we didn’t have any disputes or whatsoever is not ...
... a full size image of what the front of the building looks like. We walked a block to the Library of Congress. After passing through security we were amazed at the beautiful floors, walls, and ceilings. Mosaic tiles, marble carvings and murals. The library is not open to the tourists, you must have a library card and a valid reason to need access to the books and documents. You cannot check anything out, so you must do your reading and research in the library. The do have 1 ...
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