Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Historic District Alexandria
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... street names to remember. We were staying only 1 night at the Fairfields Inn and Suites. But it was money well spent as it was a beautiful Hotel with great service.
After checking in a bit early, we got ready to head out and see Washington for the afternoon. Continuing on down H Street we walked through Chinatown and numerous authentic looking restaurants including Wok n Roll. Classic.
Eventually we reached the famous White House. The icon of Washington, ...
... up is Union Station 1907 which is the 2nd largest in the USA. Talk about a beautiful station. It has fountains, statues, greenery, columns outside. Inside there are more statutes, lovely shops and restaurants. You walk through to the far side of the building where there are curved staircases and that's where the trains operate. We have to go there tomorrow to catch our Amtrak train to New York. We decide to walk through the park and watch ...
I woke up in the a.m. to Chris slipping out the door with Marc to take care of car battery business. Grateful that I would not have to be involved I hopped out to don my bathing suit for one last dip in the ocean.
I walked into the water a bit and would have totally gone all the way in until I noticed a substantial drop off after a few meters. I figured having to find me drowning in the ocean and changing a battery would probably be too much in one ...
... Today we did it the casual way: Pizzas in a take away. As it was still very hot, The kids decided to take a cool down swim in a fountain in front of the restaurant - not for long though as a security guard came to tell them to get out. The water quality was not meant for swimming. A shower we all got on the way home, as a short downpore cooled somewhat but increased humidity to almost ...
... Hope diamond (45.25 carots). The elephant in the rotunda. Back on the bus we headed for the US National Holocost Museum. A very somber experience. It is a well executed experience that explains what led up to the Holocost with the rise of the Nazis. Stories of people from various countries who helped Jews hide or escape are told. Also told are the horrific realities that women and children were the first to be executed or gassed. The Nazis ...