Country Inn & Suites Capitol Heights
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... to pick up Dad, and then we got Wing Stop for dinner since I was adamantly opposed to going to a restaurant in my plane attire. Plus Wing Stop is super yummy. After dinner I gave Mom and Dad their presents as well, and then Mom drove me back to my apartment. There, I found a super surprise - my cousin Mike and his wife Cathy gave me their London partition, which I've always loved! I'm so excited, but I can't decide where I want to put it. ...
... on and on, some were special ones, like ones that had all been launched that showed the colours of the American flag! And ones that spelt out U-S-A! And then there was the finale. You can see it for yourself in the video on this page. All in all it had been the best day in Washington yet! Seeing other celebrations, other than Waitangi Day and ANZAC Day that marked a day of American history. It is also good to see how different countries celebrate, and how they ...
... FREE! The maps, however, $3! So we opted to take a picture of the maps on our phones and use that instead #frugaltraveltip.
The zoo exhausted all of us and took us the better part of the day. By the time we made our way to the Metro it was 4:30 and I knew we were all out of steam (and mama out of patience). We began our tripi back to the campground. I purcahsed a SmarTrip card thinking I was being so city Saavy. I swiped it getting on the bus where I was informed ...
... her mother, “I recognise that lady (Dame Maggie Smith) she’s on the show Princess Protection Program.” Oh dear, Alex couldn't help but giggle. After looking around the house, we did a quick tour of the closest gardens, as the rain had abated. From there we headed to the Antler Hill village and winery (still on the estate of course). We got to taste up to 20 wines and they weren't frugal with their servings either. This was all included in our entry price. ...
... been one of my favorite presidents. I went from here to the White House. The White House is obviously one of the most historical sites in the world. I was tired by the time I saw it from walking at least 15 miles today and even more tired because we had to walk all the way around the White House. It is a long walk and even longer nwo than months ago becausse in recent months, 3 people have jumped ...