Motel 6 Washington DC
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I should get used to sleeping a lot, since I have heard the jet-lag battle is worse going the other way. We made good time, and arrived a little early for my four hour layover.
Feeling very American and slightly sheepish, I went to McDonalds for some French fries and offered up my dollar bills instead of local tender. In the USA, I basically never go to McDonalds, but I just wanted some french fries to tie me over ...
... 3rd day: We crossed the golden statue bridge across Virginia and paid a visit to Arlington Cemetery. A quiet resting place for the nations honored soldiers including JFK and his family. Row upon row of white stones mark the seemingly endless tomb of many great men as well as the unknown soldiers tomb 24 hourly guarded. This place is massive that took a couple hours to walk thru . Herein lies the mansion of General Robert Lee, a fore founding figure ...
... when we later found out the culprit was a woman staying at our hostel! After a brief stop for lunch we headed to the National Mall to look round the Air and Space museum. The 10 year old boy inside us got very excited as we looked round all the spacecraft, rockets and aeroplanes they have throughout the museum. There's the actual Apollo 11 pods that were used, the first plane to fly transatlantic and everything inbetween to look at. After 1 and a half hours we'd looked at half ...
... all the way around it, taking photos all the way. We saw Lafayette Park on the back side of the White House. We then walked to the Vietnam War Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the Martin Luther King Memorial. We were down by the basin by then and headed to the FDR Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. We walked back to our hotel for ...
Finished with my morning routine, I dropped my mascara back into the drawer and paused to look at myself in the mirror. Hair still wild, bags under my eyes, skin even more pale than it had been when I arrived, there was something different about this girl - and it was clearly not only the look of exhaustion. The blazer, blouse and pencil skirt that I bought in discomfort 4 months earlier, fit to me perfectly. An outfit that once felt so strange, felt finally natural.