Days Inn College Park
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- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... the highway. We must have caught some sort of a insanity virus there which plagued us for days.
9/8/15 - Tuesday
Spent most of the morning looking up 2002 Thunderbird information and then packed up camp and returned to Whaleyville, MD, with an appointment to see the car and owners on Wed. morning.
9/9/15 - Wednesday
Met the T-Bird owners, the car and test drove it. It was a pretty car ...
... the sharpest knife in the drawer.
It’s really funny about lima beans. Just the name sounds weird, like something you’d get from a tick. (Wait. That’s Lyme disease. Never mind.)
Those of you who know anything about me probably know that I’m a very special kind of vegetarian: I eat only herbivores. I’ve never met a vegetable I could call friend, but I do have some acquaintances that I tolerate, ...
... could easily have spent the entire month trying to thoroughly take in them all! We visited Antietam, Cedar Creek and Belle Grove, Manassas, Harpers Ferry, Monocacy, along with several in the Shenandoah Valley area. It is simply too much to describe in this venue.
With the close of our visit to our Nation's Capitol, we have decided to make a turn toward the West for a number of reasons. We want to see ...
... is not an intestinal disorder, as it turns out), and poked our heads up out of the ground. We walked to the nearest Big Bus stop, got on, and took it to the next stop where we got off and visited the Vietnam Memorial and the World War II memorial.
It’s very sobering to stand at the Vietnam Memorial Wall and see the list of some 56,000 names of soldiers, sailors, ...
... on, got about half-way up, and the escalator stopped! I’m not kidding, now. It really did. Half-way up! It was terrifying. We stayed on that thing for a half-hour before the fire department came and put up ladders so that we could get off. Barbara made it down okay, but I had to be carried down the ladder on a big, burly firefighter’s shoulder! It was okay, though. She spoke nicely to me and kept me calm on the way ...