Fairfield Inn Laurel

Address: 13700 Baltimore Avenue, Laurel, Maryland, 20707, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 13700 Baltimore Avenue, Laurel, is near National Cryptologic Museum, National Wildlife Visitor Center, Montpelier Mansion, and Laurel Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Laurel

      A Celebration of America

      A travel blog entry by the_lintons on Oct 18, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... with the original Wright Brothers plane, satellite, lunar landing modules, guided missiles and more. You can spend hours, and we did, though only scratched the surface. A museum that we did go to and spent ages at was the "Newseum" which celebrated the history of the media over the past 300 years. It was highly interactive and presented key developments and perspectives. One section focused on the history of the Berlin Wall ...

      Last Day in DC

      A travel blog entry by jan.mcmullen on Sep 24, 2014

      2 photos

      Another day of exploring.... Visited the Holocaust Museum, very well done and harrowing. Then off to the sculpture garden, the old post office for a view. Then shopping... We then headed off to a baseball game Washington Nationals vs NY Mets, however foiled by the ...

      Day 175: Smithsonian and Capitol, Washington DC

      A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Jun 25, 2014

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      Lauren here.

      After a rather stressful morning having discovered our lease car has been written off while we've been away (cue rage and frustration at not being able to talk to anyone about it) we headed out to the American History Museum. We stayed mainly on the 3rd floor which houses the displays on the civil war, War of Independance and America's role in wars ever since. It was ...

      More of DC

      A travel blog entry by jessnye on Mar 16, 2014

      6 photos

      ... parade wasn't due to start for 40mins so we decided to just continue on with our plans and headed to the newseum. The newseum is a museum about news, the main thing that attracted us was the anchorman sign out the front, however once inside there was much more than that. There was exhibits about JFK and his family, an FBI exhibit which included a lot of information about 9/11 including passports of the terrorists, the letter the terrorists all ...

      Baptism

      A travel blog entry by maryduttera on Oct 11, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... or American) seemed concerned or complained. I suspect it is just a way of life here. The vestments of the priests were beautiful and quite elaborate as were the items "behind the screen" - not sure what it is called.

      During the ceremony, the baby is first rubbed with oil on his back and then dipped into the baptismal fount completely naked three time and the water is NOT heated at all. This is follwed by more chanting ...