Residence Inn Fairfax Merrifield
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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... to see many of the monuments lit up, especially the World War II Memorial.
What I throughly enjoyed and got out of Washington was a better understanding of their attitude (and specifically the president at the times attitude) towards whatever pivotal moment in the history that was occurring (war, the United Nations etc) - or at least the attitude the memorials present to the public. I wasn't expecting that but it was excellent to get a feel for ...
We check in to the Embassy Suites then head out for a stroll. We get to P Street and things are starting to look familiar. I walked down this street once a few years ago and went to a pretty cool bar. So I take Helen to the "Beer Baron" for a drink. Choosing a drink in this place isn't as easy as you'd think as they have over 600 beers to choose from. Yeah really! Day 2 is spent around Georgetown. For those who don't know the place it's an affluent ...
... walked back to the hotel where everyone fell asleep. I guess we haven't recovered from the train trip. .. Christmas Dinner was at Carmine's Italian Restaurant. It came recommended from a friend of a friend and it was only a mile from our hotel so we bundled up and walked over for our 6:30 dinner reservation. The hostess's were snotty and barely approachable. Dinner was served family style w/ enormous platters of ...
... best behavior and made a silent pact to not make eye contact. Or any type of contact for that matter. It seemed safer. (In all seriousness, the Holocaust Museum is one of my favorites. Everything from the exhibits to the layout to the architecture of the building shows the effort and thoughtfulness put into its creation. I think it is the most moving and thought provoking Smithsonian. So I try to avoid it as much as possible.) After, “on the ...