Hilton Washington DC/Rockville Executive Meeting Center
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As expected I wake at stupid o'clock. I do some reading for a while then head down to the gym early. It's before 6 am and all bar one of the exercise machines are in use. The gym on this hotel is pretty poor, so decide to use it when I get back from work.
As tradition dictates, we head you to the Old Town Cafe in Gaithersburg for breakfast …
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... up to date on our travels. Last night we stayed in a park in Maryland (apparently illegally) and woke up to a fun note on our car signed by Officer Dingus. This has actually been the most difficult part of this section, finding places to sleep (as we aren't staying in hotels.) We are now at a beautiful home in Maryland staying with Nick's very friendly family friends. We are off to DC tomorrow to see the sights!
Today was our free day in Washington and we could do exactly as we pleased. I was not going to drag around with people, so I quickly said I would do my own thing. I started by visiting the Natural history museum. Saw loads of stuff, mammals, water animals, minerals, the blue diamond, and a 23000 carat Diamond. After spending 2 hours in there, I continued to the national archives building, where I saw the declaration of independence, the bill of rights and ...