Sheraton Washington Hotel North
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... is down, according to the government, but consultants are thriving, so budgets continue to grow. Locals are arguing about parking and density standards as the concrete is being poured while many other US cities wish they had enough development to trouble over.
The public amenities here are extraordinary, fitting for the nation’s capitol. Museums, parks, theaters, lectures, food, parades and festivals – more than 400 ...
... Later Bill dropped us off at the Museum of American History. We enjoyed a couple of hours there. One highlight for us was the exhibit called The Cost of Freedom where we "revisited" Yorktown. We had actually been to Yorktown the week before and had heard lectures about the battle and even "met" the Marquis de Lafayette in Williamsburg. On display was the sword ...
... Memorial is made primarily of marble and limestone and there are 36 columns around the memorial which represent the states in the Union at the time of Lincoln's death. The Lincoln Memorial is located at one end of the 'Reflecting Pool' and looks back at the Washington Monument. It's a very popular stop for tourists, thats for sure.
I headed across the road for a look at the Potomac River and Arlington before heading over to the Korean War ...
... back to the hotel, after trying without success to find something to eat but every restaurant in the area was closed due to Thanksgiving. So I treated myself to a root beer and went to the room to relax. I'd have liked to do a night time tour but I fell asleep sitting up on the bed. That's how knackered I was from no sleep and in excess of 10km worth of walking. So I gave that idea a miss, whipped my pj's on, drank my root beer and went straight back to sleep. Tomorrow is another day. ...
... I enjoyed a game of America's favorite past time. Baseball ranks up there with the American flag and apple pie on America's greatest hits. I went to a Washington Nationals baseball game with two friends I've met here. 30 bucks for a ticket, burger, fries, and a drink.. a pretty decent deal I'd say.
The stadium is about a 30 minute metro ride from my place in Foggy Bottom. It's located near the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet