SpringHill Suites Dulles Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites Dulles Airport Sterling
We stayed one night, but the rooms were clean and comfortable. Was close to the Airport around 12 mins and also had the Long Horn Steak house right next to it, convenient for a meal.
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... a Doric Temple just like the Temple of Zeus.
The large sculpture of Abraham Lincoln seating on a thrown much like Zeus is also very impressive, but a bit puzzling.
The thing I've noticed was the inscription above the statue. It says, " In this Temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined ...
... we walked to the WWII Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the FDR Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial. We then hopped on another trolley that took us to the Arlington National Cemetery, where we visited the Kennedy graves, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, passing thousands of headstones. The cemetery conducts between 27 and 30 services each day. We watched as a horse-drawn ...
Braving the traffic we ventured out after what we thought would be peak hour, although that seems to last all day, to Dulles airport, 40 miles from the City, to visit the Steven Udvar-Hazy aircraft museum. Udvar-Hazy is an aircraft leasing billionaire who contributed $66 million to the Smithsonian institute to build the museum which is housed in a massive building near the Dulles airport. Getting there just after ...
... bumps just remembering how emotional it made me feel and couldn't wait to get back to the apartment to just look at them, hoping to god they turned out, please just one or two turn out and not be totally ****!
Even now, I tear up thinking about how truly joyful and happy that moment made me feel when I saw that reflection and wanted to capture it no matter what, no matter how, just to be able to and then relive that moment in time for always! I ...
... about my e-ticket, so I approached the little British man at the front of the rope lines and showed him my ticket. The first thing he said was, "Oh ma’am, you don’t want this line, you need this next line." For a minute I thought he wanted me to walk down to another section of the airport, but no, he was in fact pointing at the rope line directly next to us. Really, dude? Is that empty line going to move faster than this empty line? But I ...