Inn Of Rosslyn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... off point to big tourist sites outside the cities. Cuzco obviously gets more attention, mostly because of Machu Picchu, but also because of a wealth of other Inca sites both in and outside the city. It’s also a pretty remarkable city in and of itself, its location in a valley with mountains on three sides is spectacular, as are the ruins of Saqsayhuaman on the cliff overlooking it. It’s got interesting sites in the city, too, mixing Spanish ...
... weren't met by a lineup of teenagers wearing trilby's, smoking cigars and carrying violin cases). Intimidating? Yes. Did we carry on into the shop and buy our water and bananas for breakfast? Yes. There was a bit of kerfuffle when Peter went to pay and for the life of him could only find $50 noted, but didn't want to pull one out to show everyone that we were carrying lots of money. He finally found the change and we high-tailed it out ...
This morning it was onto Washington dc. Up at 6.20am, showered, dressed did a bit of packing and went to breakfast. This was the last breakfast that was included on the trip. The food was ok. Then it was back to the room, where i got ready for the day, did a bit more packing, then bags to coach andk we got on and left. For the first part of the trip i did some updating, then watched rock of ages.
Our first stop was at Richmond in the Carytown ...
... for a little local couple and it was definitely a little hole in the wall. Best BEST Indian food ever. I had Aldo Tikki, Makai Saag, Murg Makhni, Dhaniyawala Gosht, and Keer Pista. No idea what any of it was but it was so delicious it was like explosions of Asia in your mouth! Iwo Jima is a Marine Corps memorial for all US marines throughout history. It is based off of a very famous photograph from a Life magazine in 1945. We drove around the monument in our bus ...
... tomorrow. When we got to the National Mall we stopped at the Space and Aeronautical museum. There are various displays there including the lunar module and several of the small spacecraft including the Gemini. I was able to touch a piece of the moon which was very smooth. Probably worn down by thousands of people touching it! There were a lot of aircraft displays including the Rutan Voyager which was the airplane that went around the world non-stop without refuelling. They also ...