Washington Dulles Marriott Suites
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Currently I'm writing this in our hotel room. I made Mel watch Supernatural (sorry!), however I will still have to watch it when I get home as 1. I missed the first 15 mins so didn't really get all that was going on & 2. The wine has slightly gone to my head so can't concentrate that well. Then again there didn't appear to be any Castiel so no big loss!!
Oh well, might pop down to the lounge to upload this, then pack my cases ready for ...
... so I think the Obamas were home.
We then headed down the Mall in the opposite direction to yesterday, towards the Lincoln Memorial. Along the way we passed the Washington Monument, which currently has scaffolding around it and is undergoing repairs after an earthquake shook it a few years ago, and the World War Two Memorial. We then walked along the Reflecting Pool. For those of you who have seen Forrest Gump (who hasn’t?!) this is ...
... studio. Back into the phone to look at what the host had posted and we realised the address was Constitution Drive NE, so the pin was in the wrong place on the map they provided! Fortunately, we could see that street on the map we had, just a few blocks South of where we were an after another 10 minutes we finally made it! The place we were staying in totally made up for it. Our host had stocked the fridge full of goodies for us and the bed was very comfortable!
Less than three hours in and China has already conquered me. Sheryl and I were seated in H and K, a window and an aisle seat, perfect for the 14hr trip. As we went to sit down the lady whom we were to straddle had seen this too many times before. When we refused the kind gesture of us sitting together she remained silently defiant, ...
... typical tourists. Our first stop was Arlington Cemetary, we all had been there before except Fon but it still is a moving thing to see. We of course went to the Tomb of the Unkown Soldier. From there we went to the Iwo Jima Memorial and then down to Old Town Alexandria for a walk about and to find dinner! ...