TownePlace Suites Sterling Dulles North
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... toxic chapstick out of my pocket, so they had to pad me down for further rogue cosmetics (Me – 3, Airport – 1). After leaving security, I headed to Gate A, which is awesome because Gate A is where the Fuddruckers is and I haven’t had Fuddruckers since the last time I flew. On my way I had to help guide a very nice Mexican lady whose little girl was translating for her the directions to their gate. The ironic thing was that first the lady ...
... of the way. Got through without the rubber glove treatment and went into a restaurant on the other side for dinner and to kill a couple of hours.
We finally took off, destined for Dulles International Airport which is in Sterling, Virginia. Dulles serves as the main airport for Washington DC and is about 35 minutes from the nation's capital. As I was going to be arriving late in the evening (and now even later), I ...
... and his personal experiences as a sometimes independent expert for legal cases. He has us riveted, with the audience gasping, laughing, and cringing with disgust or anticipation. He is so popular, and happy to be speaking, that he extends a full hour after the allotted time in an optional Question and Answer session with participants. He gives away a copy of his book, and gives autographs to those who request them with a modest smile and a laugh.
Good morning Baltimore! (That was the song that played in my head as we landed in Baltimore). The night flight was not as bad as I was expecting, I was actually amazed that I managed to sleep most the way :)
Don't tell anymore but… I had a bit of an interesting start to my morning, I kind of jumped off the plane and collected my bag (still half asleep considering it was like the middle of the night my time). Somehow I managed to jump on ...
... Saying that you are "so happy to have seen me" on your flight is ridiculous. You don't know me. The only reason you're happy is because I ostensibly paid money for a flight, which in turn gives you a job. I also didn't hassle you or throw up on you. Good job me. When I was in Provo, we were talking about this phenomenon. I'm happy you serve me a drink, and I'll say thank you, but I don't have to gush about it. Same goes for flying. Say "have a nice trip" and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking