Clarion Hotel National Harbor
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
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... enough walking and sightseeing for now, there was always tomorrow to visit and walk the rest of the National Mall. That evening we walked up to a place called the Irish Whiskey Bar, had a nice meal on the patio and reviewed the day. Washington in all honesty didn't have the wow factor we imagined it would. It certainly keeps you entertained and is a totally walkable city, but seems to lack that 'I must visit again' factor. All the things ...
... Gaylord National Harbor. It's right on the Potomac River, across from Alexandria, Virginia and just south of Washington, DC. You can take ferry boats from my hotel to DC. I did not get to do it, though.
We had another thunderstorm my first night at the hotel. It was cool. I turned off all my lights and watched the lightning.
The harbor has a giant called The Awakening It was made ...
So since we had no home for June and July, Josie and I decided to tag along to Richard's work trip to the east coast and make a holiday of it!
Our first stop was the Nations capital, Washington DC! I was so excited about this place and it did not disappoint. After a good flight, followed by a rough night in our very tiny hotel room (well became tiny after having to add a microwave and fridge to ...
... on Pennsylvania Boulevard. 7th avenue is all restaurants ( we ate at Fuddruckers). Passed 3 Smithsonian Museums and Smithsonian Castle. The Capital building, Washington Monument notice the bottom 3rd stone is different to the top 2/3rds, they ran out of money, and once refunded, couldn't match the original stone. We passed the Pentagon but no one gets very close. We used the subway a few times, quite efficient, distance fare scaling, quite cheap. Lots of homeless people near station ...
... person needed to have one of their own. Again, the driver took pity on me and the rest of the family traveled for free! So if you want a free ride in DC just look completely confused and you'll get one!
We headed back to the campground for some dinner and s'mores. We've decided to use up some of our unscheduled days on our way back from Florida to return to DC and see the Capitol. We will have a better handle on how to navigate the city and might even get to ...