Hyatt FairFax At Fair Lakes
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... New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia.
In 22 nights, we stayed in 16 hotels in 11 of the 13 states (we merely drove through Mississippi and Georgia). In six of those hotels we stayed two nights.
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... take me through the rest of the exhibit. I was terrified and hyperventilating, but by the time Dehning came to get me, I was beginning to calm down. Ms. Winter took me from Dehning and took me to the gift shop where we looked over all the artifacts and discussed my emotions and everything I had seen. Eventually, I was 100% calm and I decided to get memorabilia that, unlike an NCIS beanie, would mean something. I bought a blue, beaded bracelet that had ...
... br> The second day back to the capitol. The admission details online is rather misleading. It is recommended to make reservation in (weeks) in advance (not "must" as stated online). Because everyone can also get in on the day (unlike they say "limited same day passes"). Which we didnt know, hence unsure n gambling about d possibility of getting admitted. Hence the backpack of food this bug had, which is definitely a no no (bins provided for those feeling ...
... break to regroup and research where we want to die in Virginia. Suddenly, an opportunity reveals itself...a safe haven an hour north; 45 minutes outside of DC. Fairfax. It sounds nice, safe, but worst of all: Expensive.
A decision is made to roll the dice and try hotwire. For the uninformed, hotwire lets you select the area, tells you the price, but doesn't tell you the hotel. The next part is the ...
... of monuments including the Lincoln memorial, World War Two memorial, Washington monument and to not forget The White house, unfortunately we didn't see President Obama.
For those of you that are fans of Forrest Gump the Lincoln memorial pond should look familiar. The steps of the Lincoln memorial is where Martin Luther King Jnr giving his famous 'I have a dream' speech.
In all if you come to DC you should probably try and come for at least two ...