Sheraton Tysons Hotel
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My stomach chose for me, as I had not eaten since breakfast that morning, and it was now nearing six. I didn’t know where to go, though, so I decided to walk back towards the hotel and keep an eye out for nearby restaurants on my phone’s map app.
I eventually wandered into a “Brewery and Restaurant” called Gordon Biersch. Now, I don’t know how many of you have eaten at a restaurant ...
... it was all good and we slept like babies.
After a quick bagel-breakfast in the motel on Wednesday morning, we continued our journey East, towards the Niagara Falls. After a stop at the mechanic to fix our GPS, we flew over the highways and arrived in Buffalo in the afternoon. It is impossible to describe the overwhelming effect the Niagara falls have on you as you stand there and watch an incredible amount of water fall down with such great force that you can only gasp at the ...
... has a bucket load of museums (8) and most of them are free (9).
We headed first to the American Portrait Gallery, first stop a look at notable Americans. The pictures were fine, varying from abstract to classical oils. What was particularly interesting though was the selection of ‘notable Americans’. Who knew Winston Churchill was an American, or Alfred Hitchock, Charlie Chaplin and Albert Einstein were American? We were getting cross.
Today we walked down to the National Mall to have a look through some of the Smithsonian museums and to see the famous monuments and memorials. We started out by stopping at the White House, it was pretty surreal to be standing outside it, looking at it in person. The grounds were in perfect condition and we considered how cool it would be to be the President’s gardener, not that we like gardening… Next stop was the Washington monument, ...
... much more sense! We then take the metro (great Metro btw) to Arlington National Cemetery, so beautiful and somber, we are amazed at the regimented lines of the graves and the beauty of the tombs and the upkeep. The salute at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is moving, and the walk around, although in the rain, is beautiful. We take a very difficult bus journey to Georgetown with only a few hours before the next train ...