Comfort Inn Capital Beltway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Still in the Cherry Hill RV Park. Gail, Jim and Clarence set off today at 9:30 a.m. for the Smithsonian museums. National archives first where they will see the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence and then the Museum of Natural History and American History. I stayed at the RV site with Katie for 2 reasons. I am not really a museum patron and we would have had to leave Katie for a 10 hour day cooped ...
Raining and 72 degrees F. Leaving North Carolina and heading to Cherry Hill RV Resort in Washington DC. Crossed the Virginia State Line at 10 a.m. Nice big red heart on the road sign and I do love hearts. Lots of traffic going into Washington as you can tell in on of my pics. Oh my let me just say the GPS took us what was supposed to the most direct route. For a by pass road it was a little crazy but we did get to the ...
... there). Still, I soldiered on, finding my way to the Arlington National Cemetry, and JFK's final resting place, before limping on to my own resting place, and in doing so, calling time on my Washington experience... Despite the change to my complexion, and the blown tyre, I feel I am still well and truly in credit in the fortune stakes (touching wood), and these ailments certainly didn't detract from my enjoyment of Washington DC, a city of seminal history mixed with a ...
... Most time I've ever spent in a museum. Haha but it was excellent and covered everything from the Wright Bros to current space exploration. The exhibits were just amazing and a huge amount of original pieces. After that we walked to National Gallery of Art, for some culture, and viewed some Rembrants, Monets, Cezannes, Renoirs, etc. 1/2 hour there was enough for me then we walked to China Town. Here we brought some dinner at an ...
... queue to the lift to level 85! The whole process took forever and we were so hot in all our cold weather clobber! If it weren't the fact it was the Empire StateBuilding an icon of NewYork and all those movies we have seen over the years we would have bolted! However once up the top it was a fantastic view although anything but romantic like in "The Affair to Remember" with Cary and Deborah. If only King Kong had ...