The Tewksbury InnAmerican • Oldwick, United States
"Tewksbury Guest" WiFi password: ilovetewks
Arlington, United States27 Tips
The sparse snack selection sometimes includes "Food Should Taste Good" multigrain tortilla chips that are a significant cut above the usual fare.
The cheaper buses towards D.C. (Metro 5A to the Rosslyn Metro station and then L'Enfant Plaza, Fairfax Connector 981 and 983 to the Wiehle Avenue/Reston Metro) are at curb 2E on the arrivals level.
A place where you see that your flight's delayed and think "hooray!"
Fantastic vista for transportation geeks of National Airport arrivals and departures; CSX, VRE, and Amtrak trains; and boats on the Potomac.
This Brutalist egg crate of a building was designed by Marcel Breuer. Who knew the guy behind the elegant Breuer chair could draw up a structure as graceless as this?
Recently expanded - quiet seating area with a large TV and a separate fridge if you keep turning right.
They can run out of food early, but if they still have the pork katsu you'll be all set.
That cool, calm, slightly husky woman's voice you hear announcing destinations belongs to Sheila Herriott, and she's been doing that since 1983: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/11/nyregion/11amtrak
The ballrooms on the fourth floor and the hallways and lobbies around them are horribly short on power outlets. Charge your devices before going to events there.
Not nearly enough power outlets here. And unlike most of the other things wrong with Penn, this should be an easy thing to fix.
The "Kidport," just before gate C26, is a great little aviation-themed playground. If you're traveling with a future avgeek, leave time for a stop there.
A major upgrade over the ones in D.C. and NYC: larger space, a beautiful high ceiling and (can you believe it?) windows letting in natural light.
A good selection of historic railroad ads decorates the walls around the back. If only it had windows with a view of actual trains...
"HousePublic" WiFi password is - you'll never guess this - "HousePublic"
Order a half portion of an entree, then add a side: about the same amount of food as a full order but more variety for a few $ less. Also: thoughtful beer selection.
No T-Mobile coverage here, but if you keep the winery's page open in the app and ask nicely they will comp your tasting anyway.
Breakfast tacos look appealing but are about twice as large as practical.
You can find a couple of power outlets in the Amtrak customer-service room.