Country Inn & Suites Annapolis
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... Big Zip (the Jamboree allocated 3 scouts per troop to experience the Big Zip, while the other zip lines were elective and open to everyone) -- the Big Zip was a single 3,100 foot zip line going over the entire Adventure Valley & lake at up to 65 mph -- they loved it.
Next, we met at the Technology Quest center, and roamed around the different exhibits including Microsoft, NASA, and many others -- they did ...
... sadly enough be my last day at Study Sparkz. Due to the fact that we’re already going to be kicked out of our apartment the next day, I'll be flying back home on the 11th of May. After that, I expect you all to follow me like zombies to wherever I happen to go next! Because trust me, I have some big plans in mind! Very BIG plans!!
Have a wonderful weekend everyone and stay tuned for more!
... There are bronze statues of the presidents as well as other important people in the history of our country. You could spend the day there. The next stop was the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. They have the original Spirit of St. Louis as well as the plane that was flown by the Wright brothers.
The next stop was the Holocaust Museum. This is a must see if you ever get to Washington. The tour covers four ...
... to talk to them or perhaps pet them, they went into doggy hysteria....quite a bit of fun. Friday morning, they managed to bust into our guest room for a 7 a.m. visit, Molly swears they have never done that before....yeah, right.
On Friday afternoon, we drove into Annapolis and visited the Annapolis Yacht Club (using our Hawaii Yacht Club reciprical priveleges) and enjoyed their signature crab soup....rich and full of ...
... day 1 I set off to see the White House via the subway. There were so many people here for an Easter egg kids thing and school groups galore. For the remainder of my trip, I was surrounded by school kids and loads and loads of people. I reckon it was the busiest place I have ever travelled to and I have no idea why it was so busy. I thought it was school holidays so why all the school groups??? It just made me annoyed and not wanting to queue my life away to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool