DoubleTree by Hilton Columbia

Address: 5485 Twin Knolls Road, Columbia, Maryland, 21045, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5485 Twin Knolls Road, Columbia, is near Earth Treks Climbing Center and Maryland Museum of African Art.
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Travel Blogs from Columbia

Museum Day

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Jun 11, 2014

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Decided to go to the National Museum of American History. Looks like rain. By the way, Bus shelter 52 lady is still there talking to herself.

Spent the whole day at this museum. Very very good. These US *******s have packed a lot in in their time. Quite aggressive as they seem to have fought at 16 wars since independence. Very very busy in the museum.

Then ...

Back to the USA

A travel blog entry by bulaska on Feb 20, 2014

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Another interesting kind-of-museum are the National Archives. They are also huge and surely interesting, but we were already quite worn out from all the sightseeing, so we concentrated only on their highlights - the original documents of the Declaration of the Independence (1776), the Constitution (1787) and the Bill of Rights (1789). All of them are displayed to the public and you can try and read them, but the ink is already almost white, so it's hard ...

Shutdown showtime!

A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Oct 01, 2013

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The title of this blog is one of the headlines in the American papers this week regarding the government partially shutting down - it meant up to 400,000 workers being furloughed (temporarily laid off). To the average, smelly traveller (yes I am back living amongst the 'Hostel Peoples') it meant most museums, all national parks and government-run monuments were ticker-taped shut this morning. However, if you look in the right places one still finds loop-holes ...

Freedom Trail tour - Washington DC

A travel blog entry by damichellen on Jul 29, 2013

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... all from the same brewery. Ticked a few states off the list along the way: New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland so far. As well as New York of course. We arrived at our campsite near DC in mid-afternoon. It was a large camping ground called Cherry Hill Park and was filled mostly with massive oversized RVs, some of them trailers towed by massive oversized trucks. We also spotted some people driving around the grounds in golf carts. So of course Dan and I had to hire one while the ...

4th of July Tradition

A travel blog entry by trentdaniels on Jul 05, 2013

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Last night we had dinner with our friends Paula and Linda. For years, the 4th of July meant a visit from Paula and Linda and hours on the lake, floating around, waterskiing, drinking Margaritas and dancin' the night away. Our busy lives and the many miles between us have caused us to miss the last few 4th of July celebrations. Nice that our journey took us close enough to DC to spend the 4th of July evening with our ...