Residence Inn Washington DC Downtown
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One place we’ll never be going back to was Gatlinburg. Literally straight out of the canopy of the forest this bustling town erupts with so many dodgy and decrepit attractions it felt like Vegas all over again. The sad thing was we would see families spending all their time at these attractions rather than enjoying the park which was right on their footstep. Such is life.
... Banner and the actual flag that had inspired it. That was interesting to see.
We had lunch at the refreshment kiosk outside the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. I had a chicken wasabi wrap - nice lots of salad hardly any wasabi. Marie had a hot dog combo. Chey fed bread to the pigeons.
Chey led us a merry dance around the natural history museum, flitting from exhibit to exhibit. We saw the ...
... We headed to the United Club with them. If you have business class or first class boarding passes for an international flight, you get complimentary access to the club. It's a nice perk. We had wine and beer and snacks while waiting for our 9:50 flight. It was nice to sit back and relax for a bit. I had ...
... with patriotism. Afterward, we decided to stroll down to Georgetown; the student area of the city. It was around a 20 minute walk away which gave us a good opportunity to gain a good feel of the city. I knew instantly that we had entered Georgetown. In comparison to the wide, open streets, grand buildings and the buzz of professionals and tourists, Georgetown reminded me of a sweet part of Amsterdam. Purple flowers hung from every lamp post, shutters protruded out the ...
... are these incredible, beautiful wind-swept beaches with THE most gorgeous homes everywhere - we felt like we were driving through some type of weird architectural digest of something - they were just amazing! I'm not jealous - MUCH - no actually I am - insanely so, but really I'm just so glad we saw it - what an amazing part of the US. Really beautiful and so very different to anything we've ever seen before.
Actually, that is probably almost my favourite thing about ...