SpringHill Suites Fairfax
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to call it a day. Georgetown was very nice - I loved the metropolitan feel of the school. Growing up in Tokyo, I felt like this could be somewhere I wanted to go (haha if only I can get in!). The campus, like many other private colleges, has different types of buildings, ranging from gothic style buildings to glass-covered study centers. It was very nice!
Then on Sunday, my mother and I met up with my friend for lunch at the ...
... br> I really enjoyed a clean, roomy capital city, it was very relaxing. Got a day ticket for hop on hop off bus and completed 3 of their routes with stops.
National Archives and Natural History Museum were very interesting and I found a copy of the Declaration of Independence in an odd place (see photos)
Most interesting item was some tapes of phone calls made by various presidents that would prob not be available anywhere ...
... the town have lunch and then PJ gives us a tour of the academy. Sailor boys in uniform - everywhere! Although they all look about 12 to me so not quite an officer and a gentleman material.
Tuesday and Wednesday is just spent chilling and hanging out with Helen and Micah. Nice to be able to spend some quality time with them, although I now know all,the words to the theme tune to Chugginton and Sesame Street! We were going to go into DC to see the sites but with ...
... and the Apollo exhibits. The Wright Brothers display their original 1903 Flyer- the first aircraft powered by an engine and propeller. The poor pilot had to lie on his front, and had very little control of anything. Attached to this exhibit was a special display of Leonardo Da Vinci's "Codex on the Flight of Birds", an 18 page book which he wrote in 1505. I was lucky to see it. because it's on loan from Turin in Italy. This reminded me of the ...
This morning Scott and I drove to Old Town Alexandria to explore the city. We had a fantastic time walking around by the harbor and down the old city streets. So many of the houses were historical landmarks and the streets had the oil lamps (which are now electric lights). We ate lunch at the Charter Room which overlooked the harbor. We were able to watch boats come and go ...