Homewood Suites By Hilton Falls Church
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Each girl received a published book from the pet badge and a booklet with calendar and badge work for next year. Then each girl got a Junior Mints box and welcomed E. into the troop for next year.
... Air Base, Germany and then spent the afternoon walking around. From where we'd had lunch my wanderings first took me to the back side of the White House and then around to the front, and then in the direction of the Washington monument which looks very nice now that the scaffolding is down from the many years of repairs.
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... were specifically aiming for the Albert Einstein Planetarium for two 30 min movies, Dark Universe and Journey to the Stars projected onto a huge dome with a blend of real & computer-generated images. Just mind- boggling-( for those with such a bent, go to airandspace.si.edu and click on those 2 movies where it says Buy Tickets and a tiny sample comes up! I am a sucker for the cosmological and we both found it awesome, as the youngies would say)Then ...
... br> Our first stop was the White House. Walking from the car towards Pennsylvania Ave with the Presidents residence getting closer and closer we realised that the building wasn't that big at all. Greg believed that the President wasn't in residence today as there was no Marine guard at the front door, although there was one posted at the West wing.
"The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States, located at ...
... in the opposite direction for the 15 minutes we were there. DC isn't hotter than Arizona and Nevada, or even Texas, but it's incredibly humid, but that didn't stop him clacking along to the above timings to with true military precision. Our last stop at the cemetery was the marine corps monument. Based on Joe Rosenthal's Pulitzer-winning photograph of six marines raising the stars and stripes on Mt Suribachi at Iwo Jima, it was bound to be impressive.