Extended Stay America - Annapolis - Womack Drive
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After arriving late to a rainy Washington the night before we met some Swiss girls who suggested that we join them on a cycle ride round the city and after a good night sleep that's exactly what we did. This was a really fantastic way to travel the city as it enabled us to see the White House, Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, various War memorials and the Pentagon without having ...
... prepare me for it. All I can do is embrace the unknown experiences that have yet to present themselves. I guess that is why this is all exciting and scary at the same time. I am taking a journey by myself. But the thing is this has been long overdue and with all the hustle and bustle over the years along with a few hardcore heartbreaks here and there, there is nothing more critical than revisiting my self.
I just received word that everyone's flight has been booked. Andi will be flying from Alaska! I'll be meeting Lisa & Mickey on this trip. I arrive first. Looking forward to receiving travel info from Andi between now and takeoff :)
I am so excited - this will be an epic adventure!
... state that we had lunch in-Newark to be exact! I digress... Whilst in the museum, we strolled around their meeting area and admired the various flags of each community. The meeting area had obviously been strongly influenced by the Guggenheim in NYC with the spiral interior space. For dinner, we ate in Chinatown....lol...its even smaller than Chinatown in Brisbane...no....smaller than Sunnybank... We don't think just because the area had an arch at the top of a street entitles ...
... are created equal," irks me, considering how US history (and today's history too), has taught me that so people have not been, and are still not, treated equally.
The Holocaust Museum is also well worth mentioning, as I think it is important that people never forget the terrors that occurred in Europe when the Holocaust happened. More importantly, however, I think it's important for all of us to think about ...