Residence Inn by Marriott Potomac Mills
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Left the hotel at 10am for another day sightseeing. Today I had booked onto the hop on/off bus and this saved me from having to walk too much. First stop was the Holocaust Museum. Couldn't take photos in the exhibit parts, but it was well done and very moving. Then to the White House visitor's centre since you need to book ...
... and a Pacific war memorial - the Iwo Jima. At Arlington we saw the changing of the guard which has been done 24 hours a day, 365 days a year since the 1920’s, a special ritual to the unknown soldiers of the wars. On our full DC day we walked around all of the war memorials and the Lincoln statue before lunch, then went over to the financial district where food vans come over every day. The food choice was extensive and really ...
... of rally. Soon i found myself at a city bike stand – a place where you could hire a bike for a few hours, so i got a bike and rode around for about 90 minutes.
I went past the white house, took some pictures in front of the gates, saw the protesters, continued on and went past the ww2 memorial, Vietnam and Korean memorials, the pacific memorial, rode past the Washington memorial, stopped and took pictures at various points along the ...
The morning started early. I didn't get to sleep until 1:30. The burning smell in the girls room was just the heater that they had turned on... Our rooms are so nice I didn't even realize we had a thermostat (awkward) so I was trying to shut of the stupid heat/air blower at the source... (idiota) Dehning managed to get everyone wake up calls except for me...I was supposed to remove the tape off of my girl's doors at 7:30...I snoozed ...
We have discovered the path to train travel when you can't check your bags or even if you do - the Red Cap Service. Sure it might cost $10-$20 - depending on which of us tips, but oh is it soooo worth it. We had a lovely man put our bags on a trolley and told to go look, eat have a good time and he'll see us 10 mins before we leave. so we did exactly that - bliss not having ...