Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Dulles Sterling
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... and the Lincoln a Memorial all stand in one line, although set apart at a fair distance. In the same area we visited the Vietnam and Korean War memorial. The Vietnam memorial had all the names on a very long wall. Scary to see how many men lost their lives in that war. The Whitehouse was interesting. Obviously there is very strict security. It is not as big as one would imagine. There is a little old lady who has pitched a tent and has been protesting outside ...
... night before our loading help came, but after a day and a half of tricky loading we successfully packed everything into the pod, without an inch to spare!!
I finally found a buyer for my car and finalized selling it on 1/2/14...not cutting it close at all! LOL! Then yesterday, or as we like to refer to it "the stressful day from hell", we packed Andie's car with the remaining items, laid out and organized our bags or the trip, ...
"This is livin', this is style, this is elegance by the mile
Oh the posh posh traveling life, the traveling life for me
Whenever I'm bored I travel abroad but ever so properly...."
Yes, indeed, we are traveling the posh life. Eve and Leroy Measner were very generous with their frequent flier miles and Mary and I are traveling first ...
... my suitcase a half foot to the right and followed the new rope line up to the check-in desk, where they reviewed my info and checked me in with no trouble. Me – 3, Airport – 0.
At this point it was still 2 hours until my flight boarding time, so Mom, Dad, and I commenced people watching until it was time for me to head to security. It is always fun to psychoanalyze why people wear what they wear to the airport. Some people are all dressed up, some ...
... br> Our morning field trip, or study visit, was to Arlington National Cemetery where we marveled at the sheer immensity of the place. Naturally we saw the highlights: the grave of President Kennedy and other members of the Kennedy family, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the Custis-Lee Mansion with its amazing view of Washington, D.C.