Econo Lodge Metro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... fun as it is just with the two of us, we always enjoyed having other people around.
We got tired at the end, but we could have probably kept going if we’d left the Andes and/or spent some time at the house of someone we know, to regather ourselves. The Andes were great but we needed either a change in scenery or some recuperation time. I think part of why we wore down a bit at the end was that we knew the end was coming soon. If we knew we had to keep ...
... stand on the shore of the Potomac River in Virginia and see two other states across the river, DC and Maryland. It has history, and is quite picturesque. Looked in the window of a quaint floating building, and was invited in by an old wooden boatbuilder (the boats were wooden not the man - he was quite friendly and not a hard case.) We chatted about various timbers and what he does here. Saw a paddle steamer - a wedding party had hired it for a ...
... on Washington’s plantation. They loved asking him questions about his life and what he was allowed and not allowed to do. They asked when he was allowed to enter rooms, what Washington’s feelings about slavery were, and Olivia asked what kind of food they were given. I drooled in the back of the group through the whole presentation. Then we got to walk through the mansion. The colors of the rooms were brilliant. The salon was a robins egg blue and the dining room ...
... wait to go home and buy cheap rump steak that still tastes like meat, let alone some good stuff!
Anyway, we walked for ages trying to find somewhere in the -10 degrees and horrific wind which would have made it twice as cold at least. The article winds had arrived! It was finally out of desperation that we stopped at some colourful looking diner and it was great! We ordered root beer and they dropped off the menus and a giant bowl of popcorn. Winning! ...
... trip. We started to daydream about what it would be like if we could pick up our lives and travel for a while: Where we would we want to go? For how long? How would it all work logistically? As time went on, what started as hypothetical musings over shared bottles of wine turned into serious discussions about how we could make this happen. Plans began to take shape, and as soon as we finished paying for our wedding, we started conscientiously ...