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!
... large bags to 23kg each and our carry-ons to 7kg each. We finally got close, but not exact. They charged us a $50 overweight fee. As I look back on the incident, I really do not know what we accomplished with the “suitcase shuffle.” In the end, we went on the plane with the same amount of weight with which we had arrived at the airport. Oh well, lesson learned.
Adjacent to our departure gate ...
... am concerned about my weight or I could eat that for breakfast every day!
I was only able to extend my checkout to noon. When I returned to the room, I finished my packing and waited. I stalled because my flight to Frankfurt, Germany departed at 21:55. My stalling ended at about 11:30 with the arrival of my taxi.
It always amazes me how expensive it is to take a taxi ...
... unimpressive really, just a few plaques inlaid in the ground.
Took the underground to the Pentagon. The station staff are particularly unhelpful. I took th wrong train which shut the door on Deb (the wife). So I have a few rides before being reunited with said wife. I actually stop by the Pentagon. Very dull building. Could have been build by the communists in the '60s. It is much better from the ...
... anything. Still very impressing, though.
My second day in Washington was filled with more and more museum visits. I started with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, it has only a limited admittance number per day, so you better get there early when they open, at 10 am. The museum itself is for free. And it's incredibly awesome! They have lots and lots of audiovisual material and for someone like me, fascinated by this topic, it's just great. Initially ...