Residence Inn Washington/Dupont Circle
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... The snowstorm was coming in from the north so trains heading that way were starting to get delayed by midday, those coming in from that area and heading south were just starting to get held up, ours by just ten minutes so all in all it was a hassle free trip. We did get asked by a radio news crew where we were headed as they needed to interview passengers heading towards New York and Boston; alas we missed out on our ...
... this is what I found out: the best option is to stay exactly where I am and save my money ;) That being said, if you have any suggestions on the best transportation in DC or the best value on the metro, please let me know!
By about 2:00pm, I stumbled upon a great lunch spot: Chop't. Have you heard of it? It is not in Winston-Salem or Chattanooga, but I imagine it soon will be. The concept is that of Chiptole or Subway, but it is designed for salads. ...
We woke up refreshed and ready to take on the Capitol! We went to the nearest Starbucks to use their free wifi and organize ourselves for the day. It was Saturday so we knew traffic would be better and it was a cool and rainy day outside so we were hoping it wouldn't be too busy. I found a parking lot for 8$ that was a 15 minute walk to the national Mall and in a reasonably safe area. We have been having trouble with parking in cities because as we learned in Boston, ...
... By the time we found a dock, the machine didn't work, and there are no maps available to take with you so we had to hope we'd come across one later when we needed it. We shook off the negative vibes with a walk to the White House for pictures at the North Gate and then got ourselves going again to find us some bikes!
We rode the bikes across to Arlington Cemetery to find that we couldn't dock there, so rode on to the Pentagon. ...
... 1964. Since then the image has been used on the US postage stamp and made into several sculptures around the world. Thomas and I saw one of the sculptures when we went to Philadelphia back in February.
On Thursday I had another NY fire alarm situation. It was also another experience with my parents in my building creating mayhem (remember the suitcase lift scenario when we were heading off to Boston). I was peacefully taking out the ...