The Norris House Inn
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Travel Blogs from Leesburg
... rest of the day to perk up. We waited in line along with a dozen young school groups (hooray!) and finally entered the permanent exhibition at 11.15 am. Upon entering the gas chamber style lift everyone is given a passport sized booklet of an individual that lived through the holocaust. Each page provides a little more insight into the person and their family, where they came from, who they were and as we made our way through the rooms of documentation, history ...
... a stabbing and that there were ghosts. There was a lot she didn't know about the bar that was not only famous for it's chili and pork BBQ but for the countless characters that found themselves daily in the old wooden booths, including some well-known congressmen who tried to remain anonymous. The cast of past employees would make for a story stranger than fiction, let alone the regulars whose wives would bring pajamas and slippers to ...
... Cinnamon and Salted Caramel
Service/Store: Small line and minimal seating
Originality: Much better flavors and you can buy mini cakes for your dog too!
Cake: Perfectly moist
Overall thoughts: Best cake flavor
Baked & Wired
Location: Georgetown, along the Canal
Flavor: Dirty Chai
Service/Store: Small line, great seating, coffee store/ cupcake bakery
... thankfully we picked up some crisps. Earlier Alex had asked what we would like to do for dinner, more fast food at a service stop, or a buffet restaurant? Buffet restaurant!!! He had said this would be 45 minutes later than the service stop, but we kept going, and kept going and kept going. Eventually we decided that Alex had forgotten about dinner and was just taking us straight to the hotel, which to be honest we weren't that unhappy about as ...
Moved today about 4 miles. That's it. no further. It is a different hotel is all, closer to the airport but also less expensive by about $60 a day and since I am staying in the area for around another 1-2 months, that's significant. I feel oddly like I cannot call myself a nomad any more but I still don't have a permanent home so I guess I could be considered still nomading. And the nomads of Mongolia ...