Washington Dulles Airport Marriott
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Quick stay - staff were friendly, hotel conveniently located.
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Been at the airport for since 11:30 and finally boarding! A couple of the boarding passes including mine don't have seats... But we figured it out, eventually. Had a burger and milkshake as my finale us meal and watched the Spain vs. Chile game. Now for the 18 hr flight!
... was particularly impressive, along with the B52 bomber Enola Gay and the Wright brother's first aircraft. When we left, the heavens opened. We had parked a distance from the entrance and by the time we ran to the car we looked like a pair of drowned rats! Next it was off to the airport rental to drop off the car (bye George! - yes we named the car!), and take the shuttle to the airport terminal. Which leaves us ...
... it was a Friday in the summer, during the peak of the international departures window, but things went smoothly and we even ended up in the TSA pre-check line somehow, which really sped things along, allowing us plenty of time to wait at the gate among a distinctly blonde/blue-eyed crowd of passengers.
... And police everywhere. The first view we got of the white house was the south entrance, not the one we most commonly see however we walked around to the north to view the "front". We got talking to one of the officers at the gate to the white house and he explained to us that there are many entrances which are used for different things for example family come in the back entrance, business meeting uses the front, through ...
With the Government Shutdown, Washington DC is virtually closed. We'd planned on going to different Smithsonian Museums but of course they're all closed. Washington could have ended up being a major disappointment except for the one thing we found that was open - the Newseum.
It was 6 stories high and was all about the history of news and was one of the most amazing places I've been. We spent hours there. They had actual newspapers there dating right back to the 1500's ...