Days Inn College Park
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from College Park
... I'm finally experiencing certain friendships solidify and grow.
As much as meetup has been a blessing, it also has been a curse as an organizer. In the dating scene, being an organizer does not help but rather hinder in a lot of ways. Who after all would want to hook up with the organizer? It's a tricky situation to put yourself in. It's safer to go after someone who is an attendee so you don't risk getting kicked out of the events ...
... natural history. The American history is so skewed towards the US and it makes Sarah more than a little grumpy that the US won both wars, not the allies. Also, the First World War started in 1917 and the Second World War in 1941. Grrrr. There is no mention of Britain, Australia, France, nothing. There is a POW exhibit that only refers to Americans and the death count only includes Americans. Ridiculous. We are glad for our well rounded education which may have ...
... inventions that I can't begin to describe, so I'll stop. Had dinner at the Spanish tapa restaurant Jaleo and tried some of their special acorn fed pork and some good Tempranillo, then headed home on the metro. A bit tipsy, but satisfied with our day. The following day we metroed up to Bethesda to visit with a cousin of Brenda's, whom she hadn't seen in 50 years. Tearful hugs all around while I plotted our return ...
... on our trip a museum is anticlimactic. We are not much museum people but enjoyed the "bones and stones" museum where there are dinosaur bones, the Hope diamond, mummies and a very interesting exhibit on Genome.
The weather has turned cold very quickly, in the 30's last night with a high today in mid 50's. Good thing we are doing all inside stuff.
... Vietnam War memorial, where there are 58000 USA men's names engraved in a wall, either dead or missing in action. Only 8 women lost there lives. An amazing tribute.
We met Lisa for lunch at the Daughters of the Revolution museum, another spectacular building, with lots of room displays of a bygone past. Also some pretty amazing old quilts, from the early 1800s on display. Wait for the photos. Also to the adjoining Children of the revolution display.
Starbucks for ...