Staybridge Suites McLean-Tysons Corner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... change and out for some dinner. It is amazing the number of people out and about dining late at night. Saturday morning we caught a cab to the White House to start our day. Huge crowds with some lucky enough to be able to go inside for a tour, but us not being in the know had to wander around the outside taking our photos. We then got on a hop on hop off bus and went to Arlington National Cemetery. We spent several hours in the hot conditions wandering around the massive grounds and ...
... to me in a way that I finally understood. It is pretty incredible to think that we worked so closely together on our missions to discover space in the middle of the war when we thought either one of us would attack the other at any given moment. Craig told me they used to practice Nuclear Bomb drills in the classroom, by getting under their desks.
(Someone please tell me WHAT ON EARTH that would help...?!) I also was amused by ...
Hi all, today we had a day at home. We were mazed by the wildlife wandering around. Then we had a birthday celebration for Piper. Maria made us an amazing meal and we had an ice cream birthday cake. With plenty of wine and a full tummy we await christmas shopping tomorrow.
... She wasn't able to take me to see the new panda baby, but we did stop by a snake necropsy and the dissected tumour-infected nose of a dead horse, both of which were fun. She was also kind enough to drop me at the National Cathedral, which I spent a long time skulking round feeling like a secret agent in a Dan Brown novel, before finally walking back to the metro along the northern section of Massachusetts Ave, aka embassy row. Unfortunately, even the Churchill ...
... 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 ...