Tysons Corner Marriott
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... she began to look at the local listings and decided that she wanted the Brazilian Steakhouse... just not tonight. Tonight she wanted casual so she could stay in her stretchy pants and a T-Shirt. Hopping on Yelp I found two nearby greek joints and decided that either one could work.
15 minutes later it was decided that we would go to Coastal Flats, a semi-casual seafood restaurant in Tyson's Corner. Tyson's Corner is a very ...
... s room was down so we had unlimited free access to romp.. and romp we did. Such fun, so many pictures! The best part of this part of our day was Chucky doing "where's waldo" like poses with each president... I will have to do a whole blog just for those.... Epic....
The next place we went (WAIT I KNOW!?! CRAZY... RIGHT!? Can you believe we still did MORE?!!?) was the Vietnam memorial. This was very emotional for me. I had ...
... its 50 plus miniature (not mini, so we're told) golf courses, some being the best in the world. As it's low season they are closed for the winter. Clearly visible from the outside, one course has a plane strung 2 floors up. You're in a mock plane disaster before a helicopter, also midair, comes to rescue you. There's courses with train rides and floating pirate ships. Dave loves his miniature golf so it was a shame we couldn't go for a game or two.
For me to be able to put ...
... went into Cambodia & Laos. No mention of the heavy bombings that devasted most of the north of the latter or indeed the use of chemical warfare. I guess they only have so much space to tell a tale... Next is a mention of the first Iraq war, where the World Police stepped in after Iraq popped into Kuwait for some oil. Then the second Iraq war where America performed a 'pre-emptive strike'. Classy. Then a bit about the Medal of Honor and that's the war stuff sorted. Not that that ...
... orchestra of three was on hand to welcome them in song, and tears were at the breakout point as we listened to them sing and play Big Band music from that era. We cannot begin to understand that the music of that era was like a lifeline to those who knew not what tomorrow would bring. As the band played, the stream of veterans entered the terminal, many of them now confined to wheel chairs. I cannot ...