Econo Lodge Metro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Mr Waddles was very lucky to spend a very educational four days in Washington DC, in fact, it was basically one big lesson in American history. Washington is full of amazing buildings and national monuments. It's hard not to be inspired by everything this friendly city has to offer. ...
... around looking and trying different things, the girls weren't worried whether they were looking at exhibits or not...they were just so pleased that they were with their grandparents. Surprisingly, the museum wasn't as big as we had thought and we had finished just before the parking meter was due to expire. With time left in the day as I hadn't planned to do anything else, we decided to smash through the next two hour parking window by visiting Capitol Hill.
... bed in the hotel didn't cure! We decided to eat dinner in the hotel rather than venturing back out in the cold, which was good but really basic hotel food. And by tomorrow, the cold weather will be a distant memory....at least for 12 days. I'd love for you to follow my adventures via this blog if you are interested! I will be checking in as often as Costa Rica wi-fi allows!
Love to all, Beth
... week. We then continued our walk past the Washington memorial and all the closed museums to Capitol Hill. After a long day of walking, we finished the evening off at Andrew & Liz Maxted’s, where we met their new arrival Will and had a great time catching up over a BBQ dinner and a few coldies.
Whilst D.C. was largely closed, we still had a wonderful time with great company and will be forever grateful for the hospitality that we received during our ...
... From there, my host dropped me in town and I went to the Holocaust Memorial Museum. It had academically interesting footage of the Nuremberg trials, information and commentary on current events in Africa and Asia, and a touching wall of children's painted tiles. I signed a note that I would tell anyone visiting Washington, DC to go there because I think people need to see it. The Hall of Remembrance is very simple and very quiet. There are no words for what ...