Residence Inn Fairfax Merrifield
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S and J rode back to the RV with Granny and Pop to spend the night.. What fun we had remembering so many things from last summer together. Joshua and Sophia even got to help Granny ad Pop with their first work assignment cleaning grills and fire pits. We all managed to squeeze into the front of a golf cart to drive around to the campsites. Then we took time to ...
... years. Sometimes it doesn’t seem all that long ago, but in other ways it feels like ages.
We were targeting a Burmese restaurant Mark had heard about in Chinatown that intrigued both of us but found it closed. So we settled on a Chinese place. I’ve been back from China for four months now so feel ready for some Chinese food again. The menu the waitress brought us was rather standard and uninspiring, but there were quite a few ...
... guarded with high fencing). Walking through "The Ellipse" passing the National Christmas tree towards the Washington Monument. Walked back towards White House having lunch at "Occidental Grill and Seafood", 1475 Pennsylvania Ave NW - high recommend, Deb enjoyed a lovely lobster roll. Hopping onto Orange Trolley to Thomas Jefferson Memorial and continued to walk through the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial, onto Martin Luther King Jnr Memorial which are all situated around ...
Had a bit of a sleep in this morning & didn't make it out for breakfast until 11ish. Had breakfast at a pub called Capitol City Brewing Company. We were walking towards the museums & galleries when we noticed a parade for St Paddy's Day so thought we would check it out, there was nothing Irish about it. The most Irish thing I saw was a dude in the crowd. But I think we missed all the Irish stuff which might've been at the start of the parade. Nevertheless it was ...
... however police reinforcements were called in just before we arrived and were in the process of clearing out all the tourists who ignored the barriers. This was still somewhat fascinating and we were quite entertained by the protestors and general public’s frustrations/rants about the whole situation. Next we visited various war memorials which were partially open thanks to a group of war veteran’s protesting and breaking through the barriers earlier ...