Residence Inn Arlington Courthouse
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Arlington
... walked to T-Mobile and got my SIM card. It was $20 for 10 days plus $10 activation fee. After that we were heading to the metro when Mohamed noticed a Krispy Kremes next to the station. We went in and got 2 donut. Mohamed had a glazed chocolate one and I had a glazed raspberry filled one! Yum yum!!! We took the metro to Foggybottom and Mohamed went to work. I walked to Georgetown to make my Apple Genius Bar appointment! They were amazing there! They connected my phone to iTunes ...
... 11 to be complete. I had told Brandi that if we got a fare card that covered our train change we would be OK. I knew it was BS but thought it would work out. When we finally arrived at College Station, we plead guilty at the the exit. Sometimes being the naive Hayseed pans out and a very nice women helped us correct our mistake. Admittedly it cost us $3.75 and missing our bus, but the human kindness and experience of human help ...
... Water Gap were really slow... by the time I hit East Stroudsburg in Pennsylvania at 4 pm I was ready to die from the heat. I gave up on the scenic route and logged on to the freeway system. In three hours I was in Harrisburg for the night.
They call it "riding the slab" in biker lingo. It means getting onto the freeway, putting the speedometer (if you have one) at 65 - 70 and hanging on hour after hour. Its how I ...
... Museum. This was huge - and free - which was unbelievable. It covered everything from the very beginnings of manned flight to the present day. You could spend days there.
The Wright Brothers actual plane was on show and there was a very knowledgeable man answering questions about it. I could have listened to him all day, with his very American way of putting the story across. But it was such a beautiful day we couldn’t spend ...
... Our first visit in Washington was to some old family friends in one of the many Springfields of the USA who live in an American-style retirement village. Wow, that is the way to do it. They had several restaurants, on site spas and medical centres and even a TV studio. We were quite tempted to stay ourselves.
After a lovely lunch it was time to head into the big smoke itself. We’d heard from ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed