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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... years of masking biking, the women phase races I've attended remind me, on some ranges, of the Ladies's Professional Basketball Affiliation (WNBA). For a journey back again in time to see what it would be like to function in the Royal Governor's house, go to Tryon Palace, in New Bern, where homeschoolers can stage into the footwear of the numerous different servants in North Carolina's past. The website is holding its Spring Home School Day: "A ...
After sleeping in, we got dressed and drove about 45 minutes to Alexandria, Virginia. We were very excited to get out and explore, since it was projected to be cloudy and raining today, but instead we saw blue skies and warm temperatures!
We got to Alexandria, and immediately I was in love. The area reminded me of a combination of the old colonial buildings in Charlestown mixed with the bustling shopping and restaurant atmosphere of Portsmouth, except ...
... to the World Wars, Korea and Vietnam. We also stopped at the Martin Luther King memorial which overlooked lake Potomac. Along the banks of the lake are planted hundreds of cherry blossoms which were in full bloom. These trees were a gift to the United States from Japan. We then walked the shores and passed through the Roosevelt memorial before reaching the neoclassical Jefferson memorial. This stop was definitely a highlight thanks to his inspired ...
... after featuring in the film National Treasure. There were quite a few people studying in the library and I couldn’t help but think they must feel like fish in a tank with us all peering in looking at them. I personally wouldn’t be able to get any work done in that environment.
The W hotel rooftop bar was calling as the sun starting to set so we headed there for drinks. It really felt like we were on holiday and it was ...
... along and were able to join the tour. The distance covered was not very far but it was really interesting, with the guide having a great ability to tell a good story, while providing us with the historical facts, as well as having pictures of the people involved and some of the buildings that are no longer in existence. The Ford Theatre where Abraham Lincoln was shot and the house across the road in which he died are still there and that's where the tour ended at ...