TownePlace Suites Falls Church
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... the exact point that marks the centre of DC. I found the whole thing really interesting and Anya explained how congress, presidency and judiciary worked. Around 5pm we went to a holiday party at The Holiday inn, The Taste of the States. Basically an event for politicians and professionals to network over free food and drink, highly under dressed we decided to gate crash. Taking advantage of free dinner, we chatted to Anya's friends and the odd ...
... to the guy next to us who had only brought his foreign phone charger with him. So Derek gave him his to use and he was so grateful. As it turned out the wait was so long that the man’s phone got almost completely charged. I read my book and talked to Derek, got connected to Wifi but couldn’t check email. I went on Facebook for a while. When Larry finally got to the counter, Derek joined him. We got two rooms at the ...
My stomach chose for me, as I had not eaten since breakfast that morning, and it was now nearing six. I didn’t know where to go, though, so I decided to walk back towards the hotel and keep an eye out for nearby restaurants on my phone’s map app.
I eventually wandered into a “Brewery and Restaurant” called Gordon Biersch. Now, I don’t know how many of you have eaten at a restaurant ...
... I explained that the Pentagon is actually in Virginia, and that DC is across the Potomac (indicating the Capitol Building and Washington Monument). The boy said, "That building over there has Abraham Lincoln sitting in a chair, right?" And he was absolutely correct! It was random...but they seemed nice.
I arrived to my home at about 11:45 pm EST to piles of leftover snow from plowing that had occurred earlier in the week. ...
... home we take a visit to 34th Street and the magic of Christmas is alive and well with a street festooned with lights and jam-packed with people in festive spirits and carol singers. The street has had the tradition of decorating the houses for Christmas since 1947 and is indeed a sight to behold. I love however that the official website encourages people to "scream for help" (their exact words!) if approached by anyone suspicious! Guess the cold doesn't keep all the ...