Hilton Washington Dulles Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
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... Brewing Company and then on to Chinatown for dinner. Chinatown is on the eastern side of the center of Washington’s downtown, now full of gleaming new office buildings ad barely recognizable from the grungy city center we knew and avoided when we both lived in the DC area in 1990-91 before heading off to graduate school. "When we used to live here……" came up many times in our conversation in regard to how much the city has changed in ...
... with Thomas Jefferson and Martin Luther King looking at each other across the Basin.
Continued walking to see the Korean War Veterans Memorial and onto Abraham Lincoln Memorial. From Lincoln Memorial we were able to view Reflecting Pool, Washington Monument and US Capitol Building all in alignment.
Back on the bus passing buildings such Archives Building for United States of America, Treasury Building, Department of Education etc. Hopping off Trolley at ...
... Mia, Adia, Melina, Seanna, Nina, Emma, and Kaydee! We are a loud bunch, but we have a code, when I yell PINK FLUFFY UNICORNS or LOS UNICORNIOS ROSADOS Y ESPONJSOS and stick my finger in the air with my Unicorn on it, they all follow it like it is a tiny little red flag on a stick... It is AWESOME! We disembarked from our bus and entered the mall for our dinner stop. The kids were told they had 45 minutes to find food, eat and meet at the bus. Each student ...
... night before, the planes seating plan, debri- the planes engine, metal signs, car doors. Another exhibit was of the Berlin Wall, there was actually a section of it there and information all about it. We went to the top of the building and had a nice view of the city and the capital building but could also see the parade from here, so we watched it for a short time and then continued on with the museum. Next there was also a wall of today's ...
... 000 graves here with between 27 and 31 burials per day as this is a working cemetery . We were fortunate to see a full military funeral either an active servicemen or a high ranking official as we were waiting. Marching band, military and an Carson on a horse drawn carriage . The wheels are made at a local Amish colony . Trolley to see Uncle Abe. A huge figure in his memorial which reflects his historical presence. Four score and ...