Days Inn College Park
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... and every traveller is looking for something different. I arrived at the hostel after a long night train from Chicago and a long walk in the baking, humid heat with my huge bags. After getting checked in, they made me sign an agreement to all their rules in the hostel. No drinking after 10pm. No shoes in the hostel. 10 minute showers (due to their lacking in facilities). The list went on. I had doubts about the sort of experience I was going to have there but I tried ...
... DC and our mobile home. Our third day, Sunday, was a marathon of walking up and down the Mall, all the way up to the Capitol (to find it closed) and over to the White House. We're talking serious footwork here. I got to see the Vietnam and Korean Memorials in the day light. They're both special and memorable, but the former holds rank, of course. Monday we decided on having a somewhat easier day of it, just ...
Today we went to see some of the monuments in DC. The weather is suppose to start getting into the 50's after tomorrow so we want to see all the outside stuff while it is still warmer. It was a beautiful 67 today.
We started with the Lincoln Memorial. It was a wonderful site to see the monument and ...
... and the Apollo exhibits. The Wright Brothers display their original 1903 Flyer- the first aircraft powered by an engine and propeller. The poor pilot had to lie on his front, and had very little control of anything. Attached to this exhibit was a special display of Leonardo Da Vinci's "Codex on the Flight of Birds", an 18 page book which he wrote in 1505. I was lucky to see it. because it's on loan from Turin in Italy. This reminded me of the ...
... and beauty of the memorial.
After that, we visited a number of other memorials. Dean walked out to see the familiar Jefferson Memorial and then we both visited the WW II memorial. This is a beautiful and relatively new memorial (2004) that honors the service personnel in the Pacific and the Atlantic theaters.
From there, we went to the Korean War memorial. This is also a relatively new memorial that depicts a number of ...