Residence Inn By Marriott Waldorf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... and with my spirits super excited
about seeing all the places I had only seen on TV. The weather had been
gorgeous and sunny. The bus tours of DC are probably the most efficient and
cover the entire city. A good tip again is to wear very very comfy shoes
here... There's a lot of walking up stairs and dashing to and fro from the
designated bus stops.
I started with the World War II Memorial. It was perfect
with 56 granite pillars in a semi circle ...
... or have living on us that we can't see and we just wish we didn't know about. Did you know that due to surface tension, every rain drop bounces off the surface of water and is not just absorbed. It was so cool to see it is super slow motion. We highly recommend this show if it comes to an IMAX near you. We then went to the Museum of American History. This has so much fun stuff to look at and could take a whole day all by itself. We started by seeing the ...
... What a wonderful place. From the moment we drove into the carpark we felt special. They gave us a special car park and issued us with a permanent car park as we we're staying st the hotel. The girls at the check in country were fantastic. We we're voted the lucky check in people of the day and we received 2 free salem trolley tickets. Good thing I hadn't already booked then online, but for some reason I ...
... SmarTrip cards and to finding the correct train. On the return trip we felt like old pros.
Day 2 found us back in the city. We chose to do a trolley tour, which was narrated and allowed us to get on and off at the various stops. Many interesting facts were related to us about the government departments housed in the buildings we were passing. We decided to get off the trolley at the Jefferson Memorial. From ...
... movement. We didn't see a monument for Bill Clinton but I think that Barack Obama, the first African-American president, will get one. The centerpiece of the National Mall is the Washington Monument. The Washington Monument is an obelisk built to commemorate George Washington, the first American president. The monument is both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 169.3 metres tall. The ...