Residence Inn Tysons Corner Mall
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... DC traffic, we arrived to find our hotel functioning on generators because the power grid was struggling. We were able to check in and after parking in the basement settled into our room. As it was Caroline's half birthday, I asked her where she wanted dinner and with no hesitation she declared "Burger King". I have married a woman with the palate of a 10 year old. Just kidding, and so was she. After teasing her about wanting the food ...
... which was pretty impressive considering how often my favorite book changes.
So anyway, the museum has a megalodon jaw, and it is seriously taller than I am.
Mind you, it is JUST THE JAW. And it is TALLER THAN ME. And ONE tooth is bigger than MY WHOLE HAND…
I just thought I would reiterate that. Just in case you missed it the first time I said it. (See the attached picture. That shark is trying to eat me.)
We had a second day to sightsee and visit the Smithsonian "castle". Our second train to Briny left on time! We're traveling on New Year's Eve. I wonder if that means anything special? Dancing? Countdown? Free champagne and inebriated travelers? Here we come, ...
... many uniformed police in New York. I have to agree with Mrs
Henry that there are policemen and –women everywhere. I remember talking to a
NSW politician some years ago, who despairingly said: 'But we can’t put a cop
on every street corner!” Well, they can in New York, and not one, but three.
They’re everywhere. At the entrance of subway stations. In subway stations. On
street corners. Their cars are parked on footpaths ...
... 777 at SFO.
Yep, I’ve definitely hit that marathon-trip/jetlag bout of travel insanity.
Finally made it home at 11:12 p.m. and crossed the finish line. I left my Bangkok apartment at 5 a.m. local time. It’s now 10:12 a.m. Friday in Bangcock. Uh, that’s Bangkok. My brain is fried! Total travel time today: 29 hours 12 minutes.
Online, bed prep, and bed at 2:09 a.m.
This completes my Bangkok travel blog. Thanks for reading!