Hilton Washington Dulles Airport
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- Swimming pool
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... 5 mile from car place but I decided to go the long way and covered 3.5 miles
Got quite overcome with emotion on the plane, mixture of excitement, relief, exhilaration and a bit of sadness as I'll miss a lot of people. Interesting....... the stewardess thought I was crying at a film....It was The Butler wot done it for me...
If I'm honest I wasn't all that keen on DC. It seems very spread out with no set shopping areas that we could see. Also both Mel & I said we felt much safer walking around in NYC. Seemed to be several gang type areas & lots of beggars. Not sure I'd come back in a hurry but then again maybe I would to visit all of the Smithsonian Institutes that were closed due to the government shutdown. Some of them ...
... this great restaurant The Lauriol Plaza Restaurant where both Lenny and myself had the best salads we ever ate... If you go to Washington: go to that Mexican restaurant (1834 18th street NW). You will not regret it! We then headed back to the hotel to get some rest as this night's a great night to be outside: 4th of July fireworks should start around 9.15pm and I'm told it's going to be spectacular. ---- We decided to go and watch the fireworks from ...
Our time in Toronto was up and we had to catch the subway to union station so we could catch an Amtrak train to Niagara Falls. The local subway station had 2 token vending machines, one was out of order and the other we could see was jammed up with coins. Because the station was unmanned and there was the full height barriers and turnstiles, there was no way we could get onto the platform to catch our train. Frustrated and worried that were would miss ...
... he made his way up the chain, and in 1921 he became Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court. He had some very strong opinions on some
things. He believed that the Supreme Court should be its own branch of
government, away from Congress. He argued this for years, and it later
led to the construction of the Supreme Court building in 1929. All of
his effort paid off, but sadly he did not live to see ...