The Wayside Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 10 years at Cacao Lane, an iconic Ellicott City eatery. He had an ideal commute-looked to be about fifty paces from his apartment to the bar. John also worked for 20 years as an assistant librarian at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in the Special Collections Department. He cataloged the ...
... and TV ... which, while interesting, didn't have a lot of pictureable things either.
I was limited (as I was in New York, obviously) by the fact that I didn't have a car ... which you really didn't need in DC, the Hotel I was staying at was literally a 3 minute walk from a Bus Stop where an airconditioned bus (two different routes) took you direct to the Museum area ... and I made lots of use of it!
Set out late this morning. Walked down to Capitol Hill. Was caught in a tremendous downpour. Deb had the tiniest umbrella. It is probably the G-string version of an umbrella. I got wet!
Went to the National Museum of American Indians. Fantastic. Pretty sanitised version of history, very very little of how the Indians fought a number of wars, lost ...
... almost everywhere on foot, which turned out to be great as the public transportation isn't that cheap. My first visit was to the National Air & Space Museum. It forms a part of the Smithsonian - a group of museums near the National Mall. The best part - they are all for free! :-). I spent almost three hours there and wasn't even remotely close to finishing. The museum is huge and covers a lot of information about aviation and space history. It would be great to live ...
... back to the hostel and filled my belly with pizza. On Sunday I had one of the best experiences of this trip - it sits alongside some of the experiences in NY and the environment of Cape Cod - I went to an African Methodist Episcopal Service! It was truly wonderful, energetic, joyful and most of all I felt very welcome and privileged to experience it. The service included an organ, piano and drums with a dozen or so choir singers who were angelic and ...