Courtyard By Marriott Columbia
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... and temperatures in the 20s and 30s. The fact that we've had multiple snow events in the past week, only confirms my decision. Since I will fly from BWI directly to London means that I won't be affected by the blizzard. Then I after a 7 hour layover it is on to ...
... be a good idea to get some bottled water before we leave early tomorrow. We went to the hotel shop and arrived 30 seconds after it was shut for the night. We had walked past a 7 Eleven yesterday a couple of blocks down from the hotel. Maybe we could go there and get some nutri-grain bars for breakfast as well? Sounds like a good idea? In principle, yes. I will now direct you to the quote at the beginning of today's blog... We walked into ...
... light poles adorning the paved areas. From there we carried on through the mall to the Museum of American history. There weren't many people inside so we were able to wander around and view the various exhibits easily. They had a full room dedicated to the flag and its history including the original flag with 15 stars on it. It measured 30 x 34ft and was 200 years old. It inspired Francis Scott Key to ...
... place, including Dawson's Creek, Under the Dome, I Know What You Did Last Summer and Nights in Rodanthe and Safe Haven.The drive through North Carolina all the way into Virginia was a different side of America than we've seen before. This is what we have come to find.
Only a few days in, we are out of the vicinity of the city slickers and into the country with the friendly bumpkins from VIRGINIA & MARYLAND. We stop just a few times per day on this road trip north, for ...
... end o the museum. Far from it. There is a section dedicated to the original star spangled banner (it is bloody big!) and America through the ages but by this point I was pretty burnt out, and have seen enough similar stuff (most recently in Canada) to know the general jist. Instead I broke into daylight to check out some monuments. First up was the Wasington Monument. Unfortunately this is covered in scaffolding as checks and safety measures are but into place after an ...