Tysons Corner Marriott
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... a "second wind", which wasn't as rude as it sounds, particularly after eating platefuls of heavy carbs. Some of us, more adventurous types, stumbled upon quite a find: A bookshop that served as a coffee bar and grill. The atmosphere inside was great and gave us a real sense of the vibrancy of the neighbourhood. We agreed that such an establishment probably wouldn't work on St Mary Street on a busy Saturday night, but in Washington DC it was ...
... spot for adventure. From backpacking in Europe to tenting across the US, I've always enjoyed travel. I guess I'd been talking about it a lot because Tristan brought up the idea of a journey To Alaska. And of course, I couldn't say no! So we have been readying the rover for the past six months or so for this journey. Today, after many sleepless nights, it begins. We'll see how far we are able to make it over the next three ...
... of condos being built in the Quarter, even on the weekend the neighborhood still had a business feel to it. With the streets being lined with classy hotels and posh speak-easy's, it all reminded me of a place where under-working Congressmen take their mistresses for the night. That's not to say there aren't redeeming qualities of the Quarter. I was able to find one nice spot: Pitango Gelato. This artsy little gelato hole in the wall ...
... We then explored the rest of the cemetery including Kennedy's grave sit, the Challenger Memorial, and many more.
After arriving to the Smithsonian Museum of American History, we ate lunch as a large group and then had free time to explore the museums. Students went in small groups to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, the Holocaust Museum, and the National Archives. It was ...
... a funky coffee shop and then strolled past the watergate hotel on my way to the subway. I visited Arlington national cemetery, which was huge! Saw the gravesite of JFK, the tomb of the unknown soldier and just generally walked about. The saddest part for me were the most recent graves for soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq, some of them so young, their graves covered in photos and flowers. I visited the Pentagon next, but aside from the ...
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