La Quinta Inn & Suites Alexandria

6116 West Calhoun Drive, Alexandria, Virginia, 71303, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Alexandria West area of Alexandria, is near Old Town Waterfront, Gravelly Point Park, Cameron Run Regional Park, and Fort Ward Museum and Park.
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Travel Blogs from Alexandria

MISSION THREE: HELP THE HOMELESS

A travel blog entry by aldreamsbig on Jan 21, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... between the two cities was that Manhattan has occupied buildings everywhere. Outside of the Capital Hill district this wasn't true in D.C. I remember one night looking for a place to eat called, Hardy Tee's and a cop telling me to be careful on a certain city block. I also remember seeing the Capital Building not too far in the distance of the supposed "bad" neighborhood, all of its lights reflecting of the dark ...

They're planes Mark.....!

A travel blog entry by denningsontour on Sep 19, 2013

20 photos

Not happy to just go to the standard Smithsonian Institute Air and Space Museum, Mark had done his homework and Thursday saw us psyching up the GPS and heading out towards Dulles Airport to see the "real" Air and Space Museum.

And it was worth it. It consisted of a massive specially built hangar with a true replica air traffic control tower attached. Mark could barely ...

Washington DC

A travel blog entry by jenni_c_smith on Jul 13, 2013

9 photos

... cafeteria. Here you can buy all the standard fare, we opted for a salad roll and an endless cup of soda, quite expensive but ok. After a bit of a sit down, it was off to explore our first Smithsonian. Here they had stuff on the ocean, prehistoric man, mammals, and geology. It was designed to be very interactive and educational, it was pretty cool if that is your thing. The collection is quite immense. Upstairs, there are two levels the public can explore, was the gem section ...

A Day in Washington

A travel blog entry by tomgreen on Jun 23, 2013

... headed to The White House. Managed to get right up the fence and get a few snaps, and then chilled in the park by the monument. After cooling down it was time to head to The Old Post Office which has the third tallest tower in DC, so got some good views of the city. It's a glass elevator to the top, but it was only half way up that one of the Trekkers decided to tell us she was scared of glass elevators! We then headed to a restaurant for pizza pie and a beer. ...

The Awesome Grand Tour (Kevin's Title)

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Mar 25, 2013

5 comments, 26 photos

... and positioned as if they were taking a hill. Almost eerie, but very well done.

Next it was on to Arlington National Cemetery. After going through the Visitors Center, we headed up the hill to see the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers. The ceremony was very stirring. This was definitely Kevin's favorite part of the tour.

As we headed to see the JFK Memorial, we saw the grave site of Joe Louis, the boxer. We ...

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