Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Dulles Sterling
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- Pets allowed
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... great city with a relaxed, buzzing vibe which allows you to do a lot in the day without realising. The first full day, I was walking around for about 11 hours and it definitely did not feel that long! I am not sure if I would come back to DC however, as i definitely did not enjoy it as much as the other places but i can definitely tick the capital of the United States off my bucket list and that will definitely add to the overall view of America that I will have by the end of this ...
... it is closed for repairs after an earthquake in Virginia in 2011. We haven't had a good day's walking for several weeks because of the weather, and Terry really set a cracking pace. Walked over to the White House, and looked at it through the fence across the South Lawn. It was pretty exciting to see such a famous, important, historical icon.
It was pretty cold by this, so we found a place to have lunch and a sit down. Washington ...
... go a miss.
We spent the evening with our awesome hosts Chris and Sara. Chris had promised us that he was going to show us it all. And boy did he. We started off the evening with dinner at the restaurant that Chris manages. The food and beers were great and Chris even took care of the bill for us. I need to make more friends who work in restaurants and pubs.
Hit up a few more bars (lost a pool game to Chris ...
... at the seams, this is virtually empty. They focus heavily on the adverse impact of diseases introduced by Europeans to the indigenous population as well as the Spanish treatment of the Incas (who weren't even in America!). Hardly any details are given as to what happened in North American once it became settled (which has got to be a key area????). Propaganda doesn't really do anything for me and so we move onto the ...
... 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 ...