Residence Inn Washington DC Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... his trousers ...I mean pants ! There are 'drive-thru's' for everything from McD's to Banks, Pharmacies, and we even saw a 'drive-thru prayer' !! We've also been told of a drive-thru 'funeral parlour' !!! Here in Fairfax they have a 'Kiss and ride'....a great name for the drop off area for the Metro. After a wonderfully pampered week we say our farewells to Paula and Simon and journey back to New York for a night in Brooklyn before our second cruise ...
... from stone and has huge roman-esq pillars on the front, most of them also have beautifully ornate carvings. Our first stop was the White House, it's exactly like what you see in all those American movies except you can't get as close. Then we went to see the Washington Monument which is a huge obelisk tower, it was a lot bigger than we had thought. Immediately next to the monument is a fantastic war memorial for the ...
... to get a shot without people in it. Don't think I did too bad a job. We re board and head to Arlington Cemetery, here we fall victim to the first hiccup of the day, we hit a traffic jam and appear to now be part of the procession. As we hit the tail end of the traffic Chris makes a swift exit from the dual carriage way and takes us away from the traffic. This also takes us away unfortunately from entry into the cemetery. We, I say we, I mean the ...
... a ball here but watch the luggage weight they charge unbelievable . Went to the Tavern Bar last night for dinner even had a glass of wine with my meatloaf and garlic mash and spinach, Dave had a steak of course. The food and the place were lovely. On. Of the better meals we have enjoyed.
tomorrow off to explore ...
... well as the Smithsonian Museums – admission to all is free.
I had been to the National Gallery once before many years
ago when I lived in the DC area. At that time I had been to Europe once and
taken an art history course in college but had not yet developed a strong
interest in art history, so this visit felt almost new again for me. It’s an
astounding collection, as impressive as anywhere in the U.S. ...