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Veterans of every American war from the Revolution to the country's most recent conflicts are buried at Arlington, which was officially declared a military cemetery in 1864. Among the more than 260,000 dead are three unidentified service members...more
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We took the hop on hop off tram. Although the map appears that it goes all the way around the cemetery it only made 4 stops. It turns out that was OK for us because we ran out of time. We saw a changing of...More
We really enjoyed our time at Arlington. It is overwhelming and cannot be described without seeing it for yourself. Things to plan for. You have to go through security when you get there. There is about a 20 minute (at times) uphill walk to get...More
I am so glad I went there. It's more impressive than I imagined. Hard to imagine over 400,000 souls buried there. But it's a beautiful peaceful place.
The tomb of the unknown soldier such a respectful tribute . The changing of the guard is beautiful...More
Me and my son came here with his school trip. It's a usa history trip. So glad we were able to come here. And learn more about our history. When in school they do teach about history but it surreal and different when you come...More
We did the trolly tour which was nice. Make sure you time it that you see the changing of the guards. It was on the hour when I went. We lucked out and they had a new wreath to be placed and we heard them...More
Got to see a funeral service this time. It was awesome to see the attention to detail and the respect given with the whole process. The staff are serious about honoring and respecting our fallen soldiers! Thank You Arlington!
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Handle this place like a hike. Change clothing, shower + wash hair, put dirty clothing in trash bag and check your hair for ticks. Might be Oak mites...Some was fleas. Even had ticks. Nasty mess to handle and expensive to... More
Handle this place like a hike. Change clothing, shower + wash hair, put dirty clothing in trash bag and check your hair for ticks. Might be Oak mites...Some was fleas. Even had ticks. Nasty mess to handle and expensive to dump the luggage + clothing...Property was being mowed at time of my visit so probably made it worse as every kind of bug flying through the air.
The are hotels in Crystal City as stated below that would fit your needs. Perhaps renting several limo vans would be a solution to get folks to the internment site. It’s might be a long walk from the Arlington Cemetery Metro... More
The are hotels in Crystal City as stated below that would fit your needs. Perhaps renting several limo vans would be a solution to get folks to the internment site. It’s might be a long walk from the Arlington Cemetery Metro Station to the actual internment location.