Days Inn & Suites Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... beats the $50 monthly fee at my old yoga studio.
Last night there was a nasty thunderstorm, so I was stuck in my house, and after a hour or so of grading, I grew bored. I looked around, wondering which chore I should be doing, and then I noticed my new coloring book. Time to experiment! I opened to the first page, an intricate sketch of a tree with thousands of tiny leaves and intertwining branches. I pulled out all of the various shades of ...
... glance! Overall, the mansion was a fun place to explore. It was definitely eclectic, offbeat, and as Auntie Brenda put it, "wacka-doo."
We left the mansion and set out to explore Georgetown: the neighborhood, not the college. En route, we spied a couple of embassies: Mexico, Peru, Mongolia, and Qatar! I got excited when I saw Qatar. I took a picture and told the building "Ahlan!" Once we crossed the bridge into Georgetown, the vibe shifted from urban jungle to historic ...
... Wheel (like the London Eye), which was fun but unfortunately just too far out of downtown DC to get any good views or photos of the monuments etc... National Harbour is all quite new, reminded me of a newer Darling Harbour in Sydney. Lots of restaurants and shopping so we stopped at a nice restaurant for an early dinner - the boys were happy because it was showing Sunday night football (NFL) and Melinda was happy because it was very warm inside:-) Of ...
... photos even after they asked us not to take any! (Your camera could be confiscated and pictures removed!).
Round the corner a little further we had our first "Mall" experience and yes can you believe we did all that sight seeing before lunch! It really was a big day.
After lunch at the mall we did a little bit of shopping and then went back to the bus and headed for the White House.
Unfortunately when we arrived at the ...
As my 60 days of summer leave drew to a close, I filled up my Outback with all my boxes and left Grandma and Granddad's house in Laurel. I decided to take a "scenic route" down to Georgia and avoided D.C. altogether, driving through the Shenandoah Valley and stopping at Cracker Barrel for lunch, then continuing on into Tennessee and stopping for the night at the base of the Great Smoky Mountains in Gatlinburg, ...