Red Roof PLUS+ Washington, D.C. - Alexandria
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The spring is very nice here and the trees are flowering and so are the bulbs however if you are prone to allergies it would best be avoided as there is a lot of pollen around and there are leaves blowing constantly off the trees. The cherry trees have stopped flowering and if you want to come here when they are in bloom then all the accomodation more than doubles. We have managed to avoid spring break for the schools so ...
... the bus and headed to the White House. We were warned that a lot of people think it is smaller than they expect... And it was. There were a few protests out the front, including a woman who has been there for 30+ years. I would have thought that the gardens would be extensive but it was just a lawn. We then went to Madame Tussaud's (it was part of the tour)... The idea was to have your photo taken with various presidents. We raced through and went ...
Out from the hanger, with 'stuff', and then we went down to the hanger deck, there are more aircraft, and more history about the boat, and a 22 foot 1/40th scale lego model of the Intrepid. Yes 22 feet long. Ahhhh it is just getting better and better.
A bite to eat on the 3rd deck and quick look through the bunk areas and then up to the bridge. Even Aidan got up there - they handed the boys top trump cards of ...
... br> We popped over the road to High Cotton BBQ for lunch which was absolutely fantastic. We totally missed out on this last time. Next on to Duck Donuts to have some sugary creations made for our arrival at the Agne's tonight.
Sara (aka forever Sabbott) my good friend/partner in crime from my Bowdoin College years is kindly putting us up as we explore DC. She had the distinct honor or torture of being my roommate for two years in college. Sara is ...
... to flood so we spent a fun few hours sitting in the Bronx waiting to get on, and over, the George Washington bridge. Once we'd finally completed this we then got stuck at the first of MANY tolls on the New Jersey Garden State Park Way. Seriously English folks, if you think the M6 toll is bad, you ain't seen nothing! Having been tolled to death on the way down the Park Way we eventually arrived in Atlantic City in the dark after a 10 hour trip. We weren't ...