Days Inn Glen Burnie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... pick up my dyslexic spelling) ..... Both of which were yummy. Up and out early Thursday and we get to see a little of downtown DC on the way to the office. I really like this city and I will come back. With our working week over, we meet up with some DC based friends at the managers reception .... basically scamming free drinks for them..... Hey what are friends for? ... Then for the ...
Before I begin today, I want to share a little fact I learned about my new home. When you mail something to Washington, DC, you put the DC in the state box of the address. That's all, no story, just wanted to make you all a little smarter. You're welcome, ha! I continue to swim in an ocean of fortune. If the place I started from is an island of details and certainty (metaphorically speaking), then today's stroke took me out of Olney and into ...
... is currently in storage. We had a guided tour of the highlights of the American History Museum and our guide was fantastic, telling us great stories and she particularly kept the children in the group interested. She said she was a retired school principal, so with the enthusiasm and knowledge she imparted I decided she must have been a drama/history teacher, but no - maths/science! We then continued our walk and we ...
Two huge days completed discovering our way around this big city. So much to see in such a short time. In a nutshell Friday we caught a hop on hop off tour bus that took us to the following places - The Museum of the American Indian, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War Veterans, World War 2 Memorials. We then travelled into the town to Ford's Theatre where Abraham Lincoln was shot then across the road to Madam Tussaud's. Back to Hotel late for ...
Braving the traffic we ventured out after what we thought would be peak hour, although that seems to last all day, to Dulles airport, 40 miles from the City, to visit the Steven Udvar-Hazy aircraft museum. Udvar-Hazy is an aircraft leasing billionaire who contributed $66 million to the Smithsonian institute to build the museum which is housed in a massive building near the Dulles airport. Getting there just after ...