Crowne Plaza Tysons Corner
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- Heated pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... have hit you in the head with my Converse for taking a photo of my pose. Alas, everyone is safe and sound these days and you're more than welcome to shoot.
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Today we are going to do Museum of Natural History and the Portrait Museum, Today we leave our bikes at home as they are close together! It is still raining a bit as we head out and a lot cooler as the humidity has gone.
Do Natural History in 2.5 hours, have lunch then head to the Portrait Museum after lunch. Both are very good but we ...
This morning we awoke and after a quick breakfast we caught the shuttle and metro into Washington. Our first stop had to be the White House - this was a beautiful view and one which looked like a view on a postcard. Next we walked round to take in the building from behind. From here behind us we could also see the magnificent Washington Monument. Unfortunately this was covered in scaffolding due to repairs following an earthquake 2 years ago.
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We're sitting in the Washington Dulles airport as I write, having completed a harrowing journey through the traffic jams of Memorial Day and a surprisingly not-so-harrowing venture through the new security systems.
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