TownePlace Suites Falls Church

Address: 205 Hillwood Ave., Falls Church, Virginia, 22046, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 205 Hillwood Ave., Falls Church, is near Tysons Corner Center, The State Theatre, The 930 Club, and Upton Hill Regional Park.
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      A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Jul 21, 2014

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      As previously stated, short city breaks are becoming my forte, so I decided to go twice as hard this time and do the good ole sight seeing Washington DC in a doable 24 hours. (Allowing myself to cope purely on adrenaline after an overnight flight which was apparently a test of how cold i cold allow my feet to get before being allowed to sleep through the pain... something i hope reminds me ...

      What happens when 37 teens have your number?!?

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on May 05, 2014

      7 comments, 70 photos

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      We then visited the Emancipation Proclamation exhibit. I could have spent hours in there. There was so much to read! We got to see Lincoln’s hat, the one he wore the night he was shot. We also saw the tiniest pair of shackles you could imagine. That was chilling. With such little time in these museums it is so easy to miss things. I have no idea how much the kids were catching, but I hope the snippets they saw were valuable and educational. ...

      More Museums & Monuments

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 31, 2013

      ... size and granduer of the monuments dedicated to individual men far surpassed those of the war dead. To me this seems very inappropriate. Is the life of an ordinary man who died in service of his country less valued than a political figure let alone thousands of them!? It also begs the question would have Roosevelt and in our case Churchill be held in such high esteem if they weren't forced to step up to the plate of the Second World War? It all seems very situational. I don't ...

      G'day from WA (Washington D.C that is!)

      A travel blog entry by jennell on Jun 12, 2013

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... held thousands of shoes recovered from the Camps- their owners never to be seen again. But that's the whole point here- to remember what happened, to honour the victims and most importantly to never let it happen again. I think it was General Eisenhower who had the foresight to visit a camp with the exact intention of being an official witness so that the truth of what happened could not be forgotten, diminished in the future or labelled ...

      On My Way to Spice World

      A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob on Feb 05, 2013

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      Tomorrow night I leave to meet up with Bob in London where he has been since Sunday night. Now that Richard the 3rd has ended the longest hide and seek game on record, I intend to visit some of his old haunts. Bob will be working quite a bit, so I will be on my own some of the time, namely Thursday and Friday. ...