Residence Inn By Marriott Waldorf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... opened. Being from Lancaster rain and fog are not alien to me however, as Americans like to do things 3 x bigger here, apparently it's the same with rain. Tabitha and I ended up getting ridiculously soaked and needed shelter, close to the Smithsonian District we opted to take shelter in a museum. The Smithsonian district is home to DCs museums, a row of architecturally beautiful and differently designed buildings, which initially was a plan to escape the ...
... Within these groups they could have been of Aryan Germanic birth, yet still persecuted, tortured and killed based on belonging to one of these groups of people.
We left there and headed to the Natural History Museum. At this museum we enjoyed the wildlife photography exhibition, the ocean and animal displays, and saw the Hope diamond and other fabulously blingy gems and jewellery. The geological exhibition of gems and minerals was good ...
... his Epicurean side.
When we have flown on long trips in the past, we find it difficult to obtain reasonably priced airfare from Charlottesville, our closest airport. Small airports generally translate into high fares. Further, this being a one way flight, adds significant cost to a ticket. The cost for a single, one way ticket from CHO to ATH is $3,210. Instead, we each paid $42 and 30,000 miles. We earned 60,000 miles by applying for a ...
Camping on the floor, not as much fun as people make it out be. Sigh. Anyway. Today was our free day in Washington D.C. We had a leisurely 8am breakfast, where we also packed our lunch - the first time I've packed a sandwich since school! The first place we went to was the Arlington Cemetery. The cemetery is on the Virginia side of D.C. across the river (because Washington D.C. is actually carved out of a part of both Maryland and Virginia - ...
... first exhibit being the actual Apollo 11 Command Capsule and also a rock of the moon that you can touch , mind you this museum is number 1 in the world for patronage as they get 8 million visitors each year so washed my hands after touching the moon rock. The museum started in 1876 with a collection of kites and has highlighted each progress of flight up to present day aircraft which put things into perspective especially the fact it only took 66 years to start flying and then ...