Hyatt FairFax At Fair Lakes

Address: 12777 Fair Lakes Circle, Fairfax, Virginia, 22033, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 12777 Fair Lakes Circle, Fairfax, is near National Firearms Museum, Sully Plantation, Fairfax Museum, and Blenheim.
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      Travel Blogs from Fairfax

      What happens when 37 teens have your number?!?

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on May 05, 2014

      7 comments, 70 photos

      ... look like bacon! :) Mela and Briauna made it their mission to try and set me up with random strangers by telling me “hey Miss! That guy was totally checking you out! He was all _____” (then they would imitate the person) I was rolling. These kids are crazy. I love them so much.




      We had an hour to spend in the Wax Museum. I have never been to one. It was super fun, and slightly creepy... They had all fifty presidents and a ton ...

      Days 213 - 218: USA - Road Trip, East Coast

      A travel blog entry by djmorton on Dec 13, 2013

      109 photos

      ... cultures. Our mission for this '3 months Road Trip' around North America is to get to know them as a nation.

      The first few hours in the country didn't get off to a good start. Both at airport customs and on the train everyone in the vicinity of the officials got screamed at - army style. On the train, the guard spoke to us like a police officer talking to a criminal, not a tourist who has just arrived into their country. It came across as a power trip, abusing ...

      Walking the monuments of Washington, D.C.

      A travel blog entry by lindb on Oct 17, 2013

      21 photos

      ... and feed Micah. After lunch we walk up to the White House and manage to stand right by the gates to get our pictures taken. Over the last couple of weeks viewing was from across the road and not at the gates so we were lucky. We the take the long walk around all the memorials.

      First up past the Washington tower thingy, which was covered in scaffolding due to the earthquake a couple of years ago, then onto the World War 2 memorial, past ...

      The best explanation of our tour

      A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Sep 16, 2013

      1 comment

      ... br> will hear from soldiers who served on both sides of the 1948 War of
      Independence.

      This is a dual narrative tour, run by a unique tour company called MEJDI
      (Middle East Justice and Development Initiative). The company’s
      founders work at the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict
      Resolution, at George Mason University in Virginia, which is dedicated
      to promoting peace and understanding in the Middle East. ...

      Museums & Monuments

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 30, 2013

      After a lie in I set off to the Museum of American History. Time to to get their side of the story. The early stuff focused on the the French/English scuffles (Last of the Mohicans) and then the fight for independence (George Washington). This was only achieved with help from the bloody French & Spanish. All we did is pay for some Germans to swell the ranks. Their reasons for wanting to split are fair enough though, taxation for the British war effort without fair representation. ...