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  1. We have friends that will land at Dulles, and have a short time before they leave for Harper’s Ferry. Any suggestions for restaurants where we might meet them for brunch, or early lunch?
  2. When you have a choice which of the three local airports to use, how do you decide? Obviously accessibility is a major factor (someone living in Columbia is more likely to choose BWI over IAD, for example), but how do other issues factor in? How would you rate the airports based on things like: departure/arrivals on-time how close you can park to the terminal expense of parking public transportation to airport length of time to check in length of lines to clear security availability of food (qualify and quantity) inside the secured areas availability of other services inside secured areas availability of TSA Precheck size of airport - a short walk from security to the gate vs taking a 2 kilometer walk with a dozen different turns length of times to clear customs (if you aren't with GOES) general pain-in-the-assness of it all For example, I like DCA because it seems easier to check in and get through security, and you never have to walk too far, but once you're in options for things to do/eat are really limited. Thoughts?
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