Residence Inn By Marriott Waldorf
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Centre and the gift shop (of course) and then head back into Washington. While we are waiting for the bus four jets fly over and one veers out of formation to signify the passing of a member of the airforce. The bus is stopped for a cavalcade and excitement builds as there are choppers, bikes and huge black cars followed by two black limousines with flags flying and an ambulance. Our driver tells us that the ...
Early morning downtown Washington, quiet, peaceful, warm and sunny. A few locals and tourists were going about their business making it really quite serene and the opposite of Friday. We found a little breakfast joint, a few tables on the sidewalk, a continuous stream of people eating in and getting takeaways, and realised that this will do nicely. A plate full of eggs, bacon, potatoes and toast, two coffees for under $10 per person, a ...
... light and came too close for comfort. The car missed the stroller by just a foot or two so I pulled the stroller back. In the process I lost my balance and fell. The driver probably thought she had hit me because she started pulling over frantically looking in her rearview mirror. I jumped up and kept walking relatively unscathed with just a sore hand. Hopefully that person will think twice next time about being ...
... and daughter Alison and a friend of Peter’s, Hoon. Peter and Hoon have just graduated from Tufts and are preparing for a cross-country road trip with two other friends starting Tuesday morning.
The baptism was planned at Catherine and Jonathan’s house with some 20 family members and close friends. I rode over with my hosts and our route took us past the Pentagon. This is Memorial Day Weekend and the cyclists who are participating in ...
... them. Fortunately they are all contained in a walkable square mile or two, so in the space of just a few hours we were able to tick off 'The Washington Monument, The Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam and World War Two Memorial, The Reflecting Pools, The Jefferson Memorial' and numerous other statues and buildings, whose names I simply can't remember. So much history it was a little overwhelming, and not least because my main grasp of American History is taken from Hollywood (Forrest ...