Days Inn Camp Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Camp Springs
... lucky we didn't crash and made it safely into the terminal.
Coming from the warm weather in Los Angeles we got off the plane in our shorts and jeans and t shirts and as soon as we stepped out of the terminal we were frozen.
We were dropped off at out hotel right on the border of Washington, not a place you would want to be walking around at night.
... as Collis didn't know how to get the directions up to write down, we stopped at a service station and swapped jobs! I spent the next few hours map navigating and constantly reminding Collis that she was drifting to the right and eventually we made it to a Walmart just outside of Baltimore. We aimed to pick up a few survival items, namely water, bread and jam. And did so, as well as a little other bits of shopping, I now own an extra pillow as I'm tired ...
Slept in again, although didn't plan to - late into the hotel last night and then the boys mucked around with beds and sleeping arrangements. About 30 mins after falling soundly asleep Matthew sits bolt upright shouting that he's hot and sweaty! We took a blanket off him and he went straight back to sleep, if he ever woke up in the first place....was very funny and he doesn't remember it either! Sleeping in the same bed didn't work....AGAIN. Matthew ...
... 555-foot marble tower. We didn’t realise that you had to purchase tickets in advance to go up inside it but luckily Dad did his usual chat to one of the ladies and we managed to get in anyway. We were so glad we had as the views from the top were amazing with unimpeded 360 degree views of Washington and West Virginia. We could even see the Pentagon.
Things turned a bit silly after the Obelisk. I’m not sure if it was the ...
... and I bought some Chinese food (steamed pork dumplings and mango, coconut and tapioca dessert) while Gab and Che went to look in the Market tent at Kenyan and Chinese souvenirs. Got the train back to Glenmont about 7. We expected it to be crowded but it was OK - we only had to stand for one or two stations.
We had dinner at J&P Italian. Gabrielle ordered an appetizer of breaded mushrooms. She got about ...