Courtyard By Marriott Gaithersburg Washingtonian Center
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... Canadian side was definitely better.
The next day we went to see Lake Erie Basin and had a walk around downtown Buffalo. It was really strange walking around Buffalo as it looked like something you would see on TV. Lots of big wooden houses ...
... in Washington, DC. The Washington Revels performed and sang (with audience participation) with an Irish flair this year. Flat Walker was very good during the performance - he sang, danced and kept quiet during the speaking parts. :-)Afterwards we went to dinner at TGI Fridays. ...
... wangled this one by booking far in advance on Travelpony. Unfortunately for us on our original itinerary we were only scheduled to stay for one night and therefore the second night would seem like slumming it at the Best Western Plus in Baltimore.
After check in we asked the concierge where we could get a good burger without paying a fortune and he suggested we try Five Guys in Chinatown. This is a glorified version of a fast food joint but admittedly ...
... am a happy aunty.
Day 3: today Uncle Jesse has a surprise for us. After a late start (we woke up late today oops), we head out to Washington DC (District of Columbia - not a state but not in Maryland or Virginia).
Uncle takes us on a scenic windy drive through some nice green scenery and we end up at the Great Falls Park. Its $5 to get in and we go for a mini hike today, well a nice walk really. The viewpoint that we see is the Potomac River and it is really cool. ...
... stand on the shore of the Potomac River in Virginia and see two other states across the river, DC and Maryland. It has history, and is quite picturesque. Looked in the window of a quaint floating building, and was invited in by an old wooden boatbuilder (the boats were wooden not the man - he was quite friendly and not a hard case.) We chatted about various timbers and what he does here. Saw a paddle steamer - a wedding party had hired it for a ...