The Wayside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- 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 ...
... It was really fun walking around and seeing the history of flight, from the Wright Brothers original plane to the space shuttles. There was a cool exhibit on the evolution of the stewardess to the flight attendant and all their insane outfits and jobs they had to do. Of course I loved this and sent a few pictures to my mum (who is a flight attendant for those who don’t know). There were a few rooms dedicated to the fighter jets during the wars and it really is ...
... Potomac River. The captain pointed out buildings and things of interest, including the Pentagon and some of the monuments and memorials that we had seen in the National Mall. There were not any 'no photography' signs visible from the boat so I took some more photos of the front of the Pentagon. There are several bridges that span the Potomac but nothing on the scale of the New York Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges. In 1982 one of bridges was hit by a ...
The final leg of our long adventure is nearly over. We have enjoyed "friend" time, chatting, lots of laughs, great weather and a leisurely pace at Linda and Pete's. After breakfast we set off for the journey to the airport stopping at "Cracker Barrel" ...
... food. It is now well after dinner time, so many of the stores were closed, but we managed to find a restaurant. We had a nice dinner, and then Graeme thought we'd go look for a nice after dinner coffee. The Starbucks nearby was closed so we decided to walk through the mall to find something that is open. What a great idea, except that this underground mall was more confusing than downtown Washington. This shopping centre was like the catacombs of Paris. It was built under many ...