Vienna Wolf Trap Hotel
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... Cosi's for a fast breakfast and then onto the 'hop on hop off bus'. There is a red, blue, yellow and green route - we did three of them today and will do ...
... with its rather simple, yet very tasteful flavors. Feeling a bit adventurous, I got my spicy chocolate and vanilla gelato placed in a cone and then submerged into a cappuccino - a little Italian treat formally known as an Affogato. I was skeptical at first, but after the combination of espresso and caffeine hit my mouth I wanted to stand up and scream, "FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD!" Simply put, it was amazing - and surprisingly not too crowded - ...
... day on the National Mall so our walks to the neighboring museums was unbelievable.
The students have really enjoyed learning about various aspects of our country and seeing our Capital Building, the White House and the National Mall. We are now headed to Toby's Dinner Theatre in Baltimore to see "The Wiz" and have dinner.
Tomorrow is our performance day!!!!!
That was so much fun! First time in my life I meet people and say "happy Thanksgiving!"
The biggest turkey I ever saw, 24 pounds! So happy to see Maria again! And Patrick, and Anna and Bernard... It was so nice to meet Erik and Kyle, Shona and Amish (I am not sure I have these first names right), to play with little Annie...
It was just a wonderful family get ...
... the 9/11 attacks there was not much to see. Very secure, no pictures allowed!
I hopped back on the train and headed over to DuPont circle again to see the embassies in the daylight - Australia's was quite dull!
Tuesday arrived, last day in DC, and I hired a bike and cycled up and down the national mall. I visited the Lincoln monument, then Vietnam and Korean War memorials. Both were very moving, I actually found the Korean one quite ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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