Residence Inn Chantilly Dulles South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in walking distance to park to
avoid the fee. For that fee I should at least be a covered parking deck instead
of out in the middle of nowhere.
Described as being housed in two gigantic aircraft hangars I
expected the surroundings to be a little shabby, like a massive warehouse in two
old unused aircraft hangars. I was pleasantly surprised, though. The facility
is modern and top class and absolutely enormous, housing all ...
... Brewing Company and then on to Chinatown for dinner. Chinatown is on the eastern side of the center of Washington’s downtown, now full of gleaming new office buildings ad barely recognizable from the grungy city center we knew and avoided when we both lived in the DC area in 1990-91 before heading off to graduate school. "When we used to live here……" came up many times in our conversation in regard to how much the city has changed in ...
... welcomes people of all faiths and perspectives, unfortunately unable due to time constraints unable to walk through to view apparently fantastic stained glass windows. Driving down Embassy Row viewing over 50 Embassies and Consulate homes, continuing through Georgetown, would have loved to spend more time browsing through shops and buildings, and possibly having lunch in this area
Hopping off at Lafayette Square to walk around viewing front and back of White ...
... strolled over to take pictures of the Jefferson Memorial placed on the other side of the lake. This was our only clear glimpses of the memorial, we did try to get over to walk around, however the nearest car parking was quite a walk and Zoe protested...loudly!
It was starting to spit with rain, and we were on our way back to the car, walking along the path that follows the lakes edge. We came across the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial before returning to the car and calling it a ...
... views of the main tourist hot spots, and Korean gelato for dessert.
The next day, overcast but no forecast for rain, we set-off to explore the shutdown D.C. by foot. First stop was the White House, though unfortunately the president wasn’t to be seen. Next we walked down the mall past the reflecting pond to the Lincoln memorial. If we had arrived 30mins earlier we would have been able to jump over the temporary fence and get an up close view of ...