Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
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After an absolutely incredible weekend, we started our honeymoon today! Bobbi and I left Indianapolis this morning and headed for DC. It was a quick, uneventful flight and after arriving at Dulles, we grabbed a bite to eat, exchanged some currency and perused the airport bookstore. If you haven't been in a bookstore lately, a quick warning: almost every GOP presidential candidate has a book out right now. Carly's is the only one that didn't look like it should become ...
... for a few pictures at the front and back of the house. We have to say the back of the house is much better as you can get closer and also we got to see a few secret service agents. We were now on to step two of our itinerary which was the Washington Monument, which we had already passed once. It was built in honour of George Washington, and it is hard to miss as it stands 555.5ft tall in the middle of the National Mall. As it wasn’t the clearest of days, we chose not to walk ...
... Since I was there super early, I went to find a currency exchange place to convert dollars into Danish Krones. I looked out the window and saw the tall light poles being thrashed about in an incredible rain and wind storm. The two pictures show the later part of the storm before it completely passed. ...
With a filled up belly for the day, we decided to go up with our head up highs into a unknown destiny of that day. Today we where going to meet one of mums friends that lived in the US. His name was Rinaz and we went to the space and air museum.
It was awesome. Rinaz was quite nice to. I learn't a lot about spacecraft ...
... White House & I was expecting a typical visitors centre but once inside it was full of historical displays & a model of the White House & a interactive display where you could view inside the house. I'm glad we saw the model because when we got to peak at the real thing through a high iron fence we could only see a fraction of it! The wings weren't visible at all due to trees & shrubs & most of the house front was covered with what ...