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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... Creek. I crossed the road and followed South Fork Quantico creek downstream. After about 30 minutes, I came out at Pyrite Mine Road and turned right to to get on North Valley Trail and hiked through the Cabin Branch Pyrite Mine area. I stopped at the overlook with views across the creek to where the mine used to operate. Not much was visible anymore through the dense foliage, but it was a good example of nature reclaiming the ...
... I'm sad that I will miss it!
We arrived at the Chiang Mai airport and spent a long time waiting in line to check in. I started to get a little nervous when I only had an hour left before the departure of my flight. Thankfully, I made it just fine, partly because the international terminal is small.
From there, I flew on to Hong Kong. I didn’t realize how tired I was, but I slept almost the entire first flight. ...
Today I visited the National Air & Space Museum (one of the Smithsonian Museums) which is always worth visiting in Washington!
This is the only blog post from Washington (well, about Washington) as, though I visited all of the other Smithsonian Museums, not a lot of pictureable things there ...
I also toured the Newseum, which is, as the name implies, a Museum (private) devoted to the history of News ... ...
... etc etc. Just like the "west wing".
Back to hotel for a snooze and happen to catch the Vice-President cavalcade. Joe Biden was dropped off at our hotel for lunch. What a performance with motorcycle police outriders and black vans limos and so on. Its just like the movies! Must be a real pain if he just wants to get a pint of milk at the deli.
Going to the waterfront tonight for dinner.
... br> Very nice and interesting is the National Geographic Society's Explorer Hall. It's a photography museum, covering National Geographic works. The entrance fee are 11 USD and the pictures are stunning.
After all the museums, we wanted to take a walk in the city for a change. We chose to explore the Georgetown a bit, which turned out to be lovely. It's filled with great shops, coffeeshops and nice restaurants. A very good place for a Sunday stroll! :-)