Homewood Suites Dulles International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today I got on another Amtrak and headed down to Washington, D.C. From Penn. The Boston trip took over 4 hours, but this was pretty quick at 3 and a bit. From New York State I went through New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and then into DC. But can add Virginia to the count as I popped over the Potomac and into Arlington too. Feels like an achievement! ...
... a ghetto march style, starting from 4th floor down, we worked our way down and seen some sobering and harrowing account of what took place during the Nazi reign. War has no place in any time or space, the destruction and toll that it brings to people is irreparable. Yet, thru war, technology advancement in such a short period of time, has made man travel to the moon and back, faster transport, jet sonic airplanes. Soon, drones replaces most piloted fighter jets ...
... pico de gallo, corn, cheese, sour cream, guacamole, more cheese, and more sour cream... It is like a giant glom of heaven in your mouth... phenomenal... sigh.....
We had an opportunity to stop at a lookout before checking in at our hotel. I will be honest and say I can’t remember the name of it, and it is FAR too late to wake up Mr. Dehning or Ms. Winter to ask them... It looked out over the city and we had a perfect view of the White ...
... was getting a little nervous. I was walking through unfamiliar areas of DC with one ****** bloke and one off his trolley. Not good. Anyway after a while we got to a bar called Nellies and all was good. Or so I thought.
We moved on to Sollys, had a bite to eat then Mr Drunk got a tad argumentative. What a night this was turning out to be. We left Sollys, walked down the street and across the way I see Ben's Chili Bowl. I couldn't believe ...
... the futility of war.
It had gone past 3pm and I was destroyed. All this standing and slow walking has murdered my back. We got out of Dodge before the traffic got stupid and headed back.
Another nice evening was spent eating and drinking and telling stories of biking and travels in Australia.
Another great day with full of learning and history thanks to Rich and Ruth.
As I say "Everydays a Schoolday"