Days Inn Alexandria Landmark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Moon pizza offers a gourmet pizza-eating experience like no other. The oozing cheese, delicious sauce and new dough ought to not be missed when you are in the Hamptons. Whilein Westhampton Beach, you can head to the Village to check out the Arts Cinema, a arty venue that invitations many stars for opening evening showings. In the heart of the Village, there are several realtors who keep a selection of genuine estate listing books outdoors their office ...
... reality that your insurer could quickly dispatch a rescue tends to make vehicle breakdown insurance coverage very important. Sarah: We will be significantly expanding our line for 2011 with some exciting new fabric options for our carriers, totes and hats. Parents will now have much more options than at any time when it arrives to finding a kokopax provider suited to their individual tastes and spending ...
... a new frock she could wear to the theatre in New York. We caught the Metro that has a stop under Macy's. If you're ever in Washington I can suggest you buy a 7 day Metro ticket. Makes getting around Washington easy. We were both tempted to buy some new gear there but as both our cases are already full we declined. On the other hand if Ann was here she would have just bought another suitcase from their luggage dept. Is that right Ken? By this time we were both feeling a bit ...
... Andrew also from WS and Kyle from California arrived. (They are all grandchildren except Andrew who is married to Elizabeth.) Maureen's husband Neil stayed home with the dogs. On arrival we were pleasantly surprised with our accomodation which Colleen had booked. It was in the Embassy Suites at Alexandria, Virginia which meant we all had a separate living rooms as well as our bedrooms. The rooms had an outside view to the railway ...
... at that time. The suffering of the Jews and others persecuted by Nazi Germany at that time was evident throughout the entire experience. Many stories were heartbreaking, the whole museum was sobering and 3 hours of silence didn't help the unsettled feeling that is inevitable after being engaged with exhibits like the ones in the Holocast Museum. There was one section where I walked around a corner and confronting me behind a glass wall was a ...