Days Inn Alexandria Landmark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today I visited the Old Town Alexandria Waterfront Shopping Boutiques. The streets were lined with beautiful antique shops. Each shop was cute and inviting. There are so many historical places to visit in the area, but there wasn't enough time. As soon as I exited a delicious cupcake shop, it started pouring rain. I had to sprint to my rental car and figure out how to turn on my windshield wipers. ...
... precint. We rode the free trolley down to the riverside which would be nice in summer, but very dreary today. Found a very nice French Restaurant and had a delicious bowl of bœuf bourguignon - perfect on such a cold day. The toilets were good too, because instead of piped music they had piped french lessons.
We were home by 3.30pm as Terry had some work to do.
... of Da Vinci's anatomical drawings which I saw at the Queens Gallery in London last November. Leonardo was a true genius, and it was a privilege to see the original of this book. Of course, it was kept behind glass and no photos allowed. The Air and Space Museum had heaps of other fantastic exhibits, including the NASA space program (very comprehensive, including the actual Apollo 11 landing module), military and civilian aircraft, and a ...
... thousands of dollars of notes if they weren't happy with them.We even got to see what happens when they get paper jams in the machines as well. The Federal Reserve Bank is the bank that orders the amount of notes to be printed each year. Most notes are replacement notes for older notes in circulation. The tour guide told us that they were currently printing about $300 million dollars a ...
... Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy Onassis; toured Robert E Lee's home; ampitheatre; the oldest grave; observed two funerals including the 21 gun salute, horse and carriage carrying the casket; and walked section 60 where recent killed in action are buried. This is where we visited the grave of Shawn Adolphus, from Sandersville. Shawn was the brother of Coach Lori Adolphus at EMS and was killed in a car wreck while on leave from Afghanistan. Now let me say, there were ...