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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and lincoln memorial. As i was running a little behind on the time i told my host i would arrive, we caught a cab back to the hostel, i picked up my stuff, and off i was to my new hosts house in Arlington, Virginia.I arrived at Vladimir's place and was greeted by him and his girlfriend Katie, and his 2 housemates. I set my stuff down and then they took me out drinkin at a local bar in Arlington that specialises in craft ...
... river ride we had some lunch and looked at the shops before walking back to the hotel. I would have liked to gave gone to another of the museums but the thought of walking down to the National Mall again in the heat and humidity put me off. Ever since we have been here the forecast has been for thunder storms and rain. The skies have looked very ominous and there have been a couple times when it has rained a few fat slow drops but so far nothing but heat and ...
... Bowl. (U Street comes after T St and before V St. The White House is down near F&G Streets.) This area saw a lot of action when the civil rights movement was at its height. Performers like Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Cab Callaway and the like played here. (If you are under 50 or 60, you might have to Google those names.) Anyway back to Ben's, famous for its smoked chilli dogs. Obama has eaten here. It is said ...
... hours at the museum. About 5 hours inside, which included a fantastic lunch at Tun Tavern on the 2nd Floor and then another 2 plus hours walking the memorial trail outside the museum.
I challenge any Marine to go through this fantastic display without getting teary eyed. This was the most fantastic day. ...
... to work for a nonprofit called For Love of Children (floc.org you should check it out) which provides educational support for low-income students in DC. I was the “Volunteer Outreach and Marketing Intern” which is a fancy way of saying I did what I could to help get more volunteers through the door. FLOC is an amazing organization that is doing fantastic work. Having entered over 200 volunteer surveys ...