Comfort Inn Shady Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Day 1: we start the day with a tour of Luray. It reminds me a little of Stars Hollow from Gilmore Girls with the quaint architecture. Again, cute bakeries and antique stores can be found here. Hinesh and I went for a walk around the river path for a while. Its a nice peaceful place to take a walk and some people were even jogging.
We have a quick lunch / snack at the Gathering Grounds again before we head out.
We were going to initially visit Staunton but since its ...
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is spent at Rockville/Gaithersburg and we get there by using the DC Metro and King Farm shuttle bus. There was a ice storm in the early hours of Wednesday and all the twigs on the trees have a thick coating of ice. It is very pretty by a tad cold. So we eat at Maggiano's, Range and Chang's Chinese. ...
... and we got into a small group of only 9. The other family was actually an old classmate of our tour guide and his family. The Pentagon tour was informative but we pretty much just walked around in the wings of the different branches of the armed services. We did get to see where the terrorist attack occured and the memorial chapel that is inside the Pentagon. After the tour we caught the train to Arlington. We spent the extra money to buy ...
Today Steve and I met our friends Tom and Barbara Kuhn-Hoffman for lunch. We met them on our 2012 Cuba trip and became good friends. They took us to Filomena's in Georgetown, which was Bill Clinton's favorite restaurant. Great lunch and lots of fun seeing Tom and Barb. since they had just been to Machu Picchu we got a lot of ...
... we walked down Amsterdam Falafel. Basically, you order falafel and then you get to put whatever toppings you'd like on it. Abby recommended the eggplant and it was so good. I finally felt full so we headed off to walk around some more. The area we were in was beautiful, but I can't remember what it was called. I loved the buildings and how open it seemed despite being a city. The flowers in people's yards were gorgeous. There was ...