Holiday Inn Chantilly - Dulles Expo
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Airport selfie while my flight is delayed! First stop: Frankfurt, Germany for a lovely 4 hour layover. Luckily, according to my flight attendant, "there is a lot of hot air in Washington," so our strong tailwinds should land me in Frankfurt close to my original arrival ...
... than a hundred dollars more now for one day less rental. I was shocked at the increased amount and questioned the logic in that. She went on about how I had made my booking with a discount for booking early. Now, I was essentially making a new contract that had no such early booking discount...I tried to convince her that it was the same contract....I would just be picking the car up a day later. No way! It's policy. We arrived at Washington Union station and after retrieving ...
It's 7.45pm and I'm on board the Amtrak train heading back to New York after spending the day in Washington DC. It was an early start to the day to catch the 8am train for the 3 hour journey through Newark, Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore before finally arriving in the Capital. Washington was founded specifically to accommodate the new federal government shortly after the war of independence in the late 1700s. The centrepiece ...
We are getting ready to head to Kauai on Saturday. We originally thought we would write our travel blog for ourselves, in hopes of making a book for each of us. But while in Maine, Mose and Pit said they enjoy reading our entries, so I have included you in the distribution. If you would "rather not", I understand! Just let me know and I will ...
... and then walked back to the hotel. It was a good two hour walk back and we passed the White House on the way. This time it looked like Obama was at home because the amount of security was triple what it was two days ago.
For dinner we ate in Chinatown at Pho DC. Pretty average but I'm glad we went that way because the area around Chinatown at night is happening and more interesting than the street we are on.