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... of Columbus. Here we found it very warm and humid. On the 20th we arrived at Fort Wayne where I had intended to visit Jiffy Lube. A franchise that does all the oils and necessary servicing which Mike had requested upon reaching the 4000 mile mark. This was an experience to believe! I was ushered in for a drink, toilet and wi fi and a team were all over it like ants. ...
... from England to see the Washington Monument, to then find it covered in some type of scaffolding having a face lift. We walked along the Reflecting Pool, where I remembered all the news reports of the Vietnam Protests, then we reached Lincoln Memorial. (Remember Rocky running up the steps.) On our way from the George Washington Monument we passed the World War II Memorial where a ceremony was taking place with the USAF Band and Servicemen on Parade. Just to the rear of the ...
... from the sunny California weather into freakishly cold temperatures would be held back somewhat, but not us - we came prepared and armed with all the accutrements like Long Johns, Hats, Gloves, Uggs & Vitamin C - we were not to be messed with! We welcomed the change in temperature and decided to walk to most places to be able to take in as much as possible. It was a good thing D.C. is a small city - I am pretty sure we saw ...
... sitting on the chair inside.
After a well needed rest we headed back through a park and passing a lake where there was a Vietnam memorial. Our final stop in the baking sun was the Holocaust Museum which had information from the end of the World War II including a story from one of the children who survived and also a piece on the propaganda behind Hitler and his rise to power. Dave and Rich headed back to hotel, after a quick stop at ...
... to do/eat/see in each city I visit. My goal is to post at least one entry per week. Here it goes (pardon this one, it is a result of a combination of how bored, tired, and delusional I currently am).
Top 5 Things To Do in Washington D.C., IAD
1. Not book a flight during a hurricane.
2. People watch. This is always entertaining in any airport, although today the enjoyment is somewhat heightened due to the stress level of each vacationer. People are ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center