Residence Inn Fairfax City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the local restaurant and bar for a farewell meal and drinks.
It has been great spending time with her and getting to know Micah... I will be sad to leave, especially as I have got used to watching Chugginton (the theme tune is still stuck in my head) and singing the wheels in the bus song every time we are in the car! Very sad, but onto the next adventure.
The next day was just spent washing and re-packing my back pack . I was not ...
... when the peace process has frozen, MEJDI offers hope, if not
an easy answer. It also provides a chance for Americans to study with
Palestinians and Israelis together, something that has become
increasingly rare since the second intifada, when Palestinians from the
West Bank all but completely stopped working in Israel proper. Groups
are taken into the West Bank, students see where tour guides from each
side are allowed to go ...
... the floors. We had HOR passes but that was being renovated, we planned on walking over to our Senators office to try to get some if we had time. We took the underground tunnel to the Library of Congress and saw a few neat things over there including a Gutenberg bible and Jefferson's personal library. I was disappointed that we could not go into the Library itself it was 'closed for research in progress' whatever that means. The whole time we ...
... reciting the Gettysburg Address. There were several very good videos produced by the History Channel. Upstairs was the theatre and it was very powerful to see where President Lincoln was shot. The boys enjoyed it.
We walked to the White House and viewed it from the South Lawn. We saw Michele Obama's vegetable garden. The White House is closed for tours due to the sequester. Then ...
... his name. He never visited the USA. We were here for the Smithsonian's overflow Air and Space museum. This is a proper museum. Stunning exhibits simply and effectively displayed, each concisely described. This is the aviation equivalent of looking into a draws of wonderful insects. Themed sections illustrated various aspects of flight with actual examples.......and as we keep realising on this trip, there's no substitute for the real thing. Many of these craft are the stuff of ...