Residence Inn Fairfax Merrifield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had spotted a burger joint just down the road from the hotel. We were so exhausted from the heat when walking around Arlington and walking around the Air and Space Museum, we took our lunch back to the hotel and watched the end of the soccer. After a quick nap (well Mike's quick nap anyway), I decided I wanted to go to Georgetown. A great decision by me... Ended getting stuck in traffic for an hour trying to leave the city because of a ...
27th April : left hotel at 9.30. Walked about 2 1/2 km and caught the 'up town' loop hop on hop off bus. We passed the Lincoln Centre, Museum of Natural History, Cathedral of St John The Divine, We went past the Columbian University campus. We passed the Dakota Building near Central Park where John Lennon and Yoko Ono lived and where he was assassinated. Yoko Ono is in her eighties and still lives there. We went through the Haarlem area which is known for its jazz ...
... apartment before the workers arrived, headed down by Ford's theater were Lincoln was shot. There were loads of school trips arriving so didn't bother going inside. We had a few hours to kill before we had to catch the train back, went to the nearest cinema and watched the knew Hunger Games which was alright and kept us from freezing outside. Paul's aunt Edna was in town so we went for dinner with her before we left, It was the first time I'd had Afghanistan food, I ...
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Next up was a visit to the U.S. Capitol and the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial at the top of the National Mall. After a short walk I arrived at the 'pond' in front of the memorial where I heard one of the most stupid comments of the holiday. As I was taking a few pictures the girl stood in front of me (no younger than about 13) turned to her Dad and asked him "Dad, is this the Potomac River?" After hearing that and trying my damnedest not to laugh ...
... Memorial was my idea but I think we were both glad we ended up there. It was a powerful experience, not really enjoyable but so poignant. The architecture and layout of the building was conducive to a somber mood overall---lots of gray, dim lighting, exposed pipes in the ceiling, and bars. The tour started on the 4th floor and visitors followed a distinct path, winding down to ...