Staybridge Suites McLean-Tysons Corner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... ceiling at the statue on top of the Capital. It represents Lady Liberty. The statue is facing the east so that the sun never sets on her. We learned that the sun never sets on freedom. In the lobby we were able to see a marble replica of the statue that showed its size true to scale. We quickly noticed that all the rooms were filled with large marble and bronze statues. Each state was allowed to create two statues to represent their state. Tennessee ...
... the lot of us had to travel down to Paul's grandads or papap as Paul calls him, his house in Petersburg. Thanksgiving was like a military operation, everything laid out in schedule, we were on pie making duties. We made 8 pies and also moved all the tables and chairs to the mansion where dinner was being held. The caretaker from the mansion was introduced to me and I was friendly and said hello, hows it going, he just looked at me and didn't say anything, ...
Out early and of course, there's more trucks on the road to overtake and ****** drivers hogging the lanes; young kids speeding and texting and the inevitable driver who is in and out of traffic.
A few short stops to refuel, eat lunch and we ride to Washington DC. There was a slight detour into Stanton to visit Shenandoah Harley - they fixed the reverse gear on the Trike; we did a spot of shopping and then back on the road.
I think we were all ...
... 300 Spartans fought off 10,000 Persian invaders to the epic Mount Olympus, home to the gods themselves, to Odysseus's island kingdom of Ithica, Greece holds wonders that I've dreamed for years of seeing.
"Tell me, O muse, of that ingenious hero who travelled far and wide after he had sacked the famous town of Troy. Many cities did he visit, and many were the nations with whose manners and customs he ...
... at 5:30 and took us to his home in Alexandria, not far at all. We were met at the door by Linda, our sister-in-law, and their friendly Wheaton terrier. Together we watched the Kentucky Derby over appetizers and wine. It was great having time to visit. We had not seen Bill and Linda for several years. She had prepared an amazing dinner---beef and chicken, asparagus, roasted potatoes, ...