Staybridge Suites McLean-Tysons Corner
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... was wet and jammed up with traffic. Unluckily we picked the rainiest days for our three-day road trip to the cradle of American culture. Our first stop - Philadelphia - plays an important role in the history of the nation's founding, but it was too cold to visit all its attractions. For that reason we only stayed a few hours to snack in the Reading Terminal Market - a big market hall with ...
... a white moon.
Another thing I noticed was that unlike in Philly, DC is way more spread out. When I needed a "bird bath" this is slang for taking a bath in a public sink, I could duck into numerous nearby private bathrooms. If I had to use the toilet I remember having to go a long distance before I could find a decent one, one that was not really dirty or the building it was in heavily guarded. The ...
... were in here a thunder storm comes in and it is raining when we get out. So we bike through the rain to the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts which is a HUGE building with multiple venues. We ride up on our bikes soaking wet and ask the doorman (who is escorting people in suits and long dresses from limos) where the FREE CONCERT is! Turns out THEY are going to the Opera and yes we get some funny looks! The concert we see is a ...
So by writing this entry it kinda suggests we have made it to Washington safely. Our flight was long and boring, but got us to where we need to be. American immigration is a massive pain in the ass - not helped by Jeff's sudden change of signature on his immigration documents - but eventually Dudley stamped our passports and let us continue.
We managed to successfully find the bus and two trains we needed to get to the ...
... 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 ...