Wyndham Old Town Alexandria

Address: 1757 King Street, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located in the Downtown Alexandria area of Alexandria, is near Old Town, Washington Masonic National Memorial, U.S. Patent and Trademark Museum, and Friendship Firehouse.
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          Travel Blogs from Alexandria

          15 Popular Types Of Customized Golf Balls

          A travel blog entry by robby42cell on Oct 04, 2015

          ... blood in the cat's stool contact your vet at once? Famous Golf Golf equipment is a web site that tour appears at golf golf equipment owned by some of the most well-known American, European and worldwide golfers in the globe. Even amateur golfers, like United States President Barack Obama, are highlighted. River guides are your solution to unlocking the secrets of the region. These specialist boatmen know the river like the back of their hand, and have an encyclopedic comprehension ...

          History Abounds

          A travel blog entry by suzyaplus on Sep 16, 2015

          3 comments, 19 photos

          ... demonstrating in the houses and buildings. They even had a marching drum and flute core marching down the street made up of young people from 10 to 15 years of age. They were great and didn’t miss a step or note.

          On to Monticello and Mt. Vernon. Monticello was Jefferson’s home atop a mountain with a million dollar view. It took him forty years to build the house and grounds but was a very unique plan with ...

          Washington

          A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 14, 2015

          5 photos

          ... and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier where the changing of the guard takes place every hour. This involved quite a lot of walking - no surprise there- and a long path of steps going down and a long path of steps going up. Now I don't want to worry anyone (especially you Kate) with what I'm about to say next. While we were going down the steps I nearly missed a step as they were hard to distinguish but my lightning reflexes averted what could have been a nasty fall. We were ...

          Bill's 90th in Washington DC /Alexandria, Virginia

          A travel blog entry by mnkschultz on Nov 03, 2014

          1 comment, 40 photos

          ... next bit hard to understand but it is typical of American culture. When we were in Washington visiting the memorials etc. Bill insisted on wearing an American baseball style hat which has as it's logo 'World War II Veteran, as he needed it to keep warm. On each day he wore it members of the public would come up to him and touch him on the shoulder or shake his hand and say 'thank you for your service'. On some occasions they would ...

          Whirlwind DC

          A travel blog entry by nomesjp on Sep 25, 2014

          1 comment, 11 photos

          ... was themed accordingly. The animal displays, butterfly room, skeletons of different animals and gemstone displays were all really well done, as long as we skipped along fast and didn't become too engaged with reading the 'how you are related to apes' or ' evolutionary adaptations of the giraffe'... I wonder how many headless giraffes it took to discover they needed to 'grow' one-way valves in their necks to stop their huge hearts blowing ...