Savoy Suites Hotel
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... buy a day pass with the metro so you can hop on and off as often as you like for $14.00 per person vs. paying destination fares).
First observation: how in the heck do they keep their subways so clean?! As a prior resident of New York City I had certain expectation...dank, dark, windy, trash infested and rat frequented locations where you cram into a cattle car with hard plastic seats and try to mind your pockets. In DC the ...
... CROSS THE STREET"! A man on the street told us that the President was probably headed this way. Police cars were racing up and down the street at full speed. Then finally here they come all the black SUVs and then two or more limos they all went so fast I didn't have time to count! It was a fun thing to see. As soon as the motorcade went by they let us cross the street. That was a great way to start or ...
... Memorial (the big spike), and Lincoln memorial, set in geometric harmony in the 2 mile long 'The Mall' , which includes the iconic reflecting pool - MLK's "I have a dream". Catching sight of 'Marine 1' coming into land on white house lawn a true gem of the afternoon, only a day after the President got an unanticipated thumping from Mitt Romney on the debate stand, clearly some thinking to be done (cue entire cast of The West Wing kicking into corridor stalking, poll ...
Russel collected the rental car, a lovely luxury Buick, all leather, wood trim, heated seats etc. heated seats not required yet as its such beautiful weather. Trying to work the GPS on the iPod. Arghhh. I can see some tension coming up! Made it to Arlington Cemetary and we did the tour. Well worth doing. Too hot to walk. Saw the tomb of the unknown soldier and the changing of the ...
... Mitsitam Cafe featuring "native foods". I got something that was basically fried dough with a blue berry sauce; Sam got a yummy chocolate dessert thing.
Next it was off through the rain to the Botanical Garden. We all really enjoyed this. There was first an intricate display of trains, with minature houses for critters and fairies - they had names like "Bookworm Bourough", "Fairy Flat", and "Lobster Lair" - ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center