Days Inn Gateway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Then there was the 'Beyond Bollywood' exhibition, and then I stumbled upon a lovely exhibition about Korea which touched me because it reminded me of several visits to that lovely country to visit friends there.
The next exhibition was an exhibition of all the winning nature photographs of 2014 which were excellent - made me want to rush out and buy something more ...
... were placed on these groups regarding inter-marriage, trade, education and social interaction. The second floor documented the ghettos and concentration camps and the third floor covered the end the war, evacuation of the camps and the resulting issue of displayed people with no countries willing to accept them. These floors were pretty grim. You could sit and listen to voice recordings made by people who had survived the camps and there were reconstructed camp huts, rail ...
So we left San Francisco on Tuesday and had a flight to Washington DC we arrived late Tuesday night. We were both pretty excited about our three days we had here as we had a lot planned to do and see. So the last three days have been intense but 100% worth it. Wednesday the 9th of July was our first full day, our first stop of the day was the natural history museum. We soon noticed we were staying in a perfect spot ...
... packing a jacket or sweatshirt. Just to clarify a few things, Lauren mentioned no power in the metro. That was just one station and the metro was still running just not the escalator or card gates. It was a full day at the zoo and now it's time for some R & R at the hostel. There is a pool table, piano, and TV room. We have lots of snacks. The girls enjoyed one of the escalator rides that was 2-3 stories long. We learned about escalator safety and ...
... all of them, so we choose to visit the "big 3". Air and space museum, Natural History Museum and American History Museum. All three were very interesting, great exhibits and LOTS of information. By the end of the day my head was very much overloaded with info! Side note: I still do not like the subway systems in this country. Regardless of how organised I think I am, something stupid happens in our efforts to negotiate this form of ...