La Quinta Inn & Suites Columbia Jessup
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Jessup
... spread, baby chorizo, shrimps, olives and roasted peppers. Only over here they name things differently to what we do. Shrimps are prawns, fries are chips, chips are crisps and peppers are CHILLI. Well Ross found this out after he bit into one and gave it a good chew. Haha! I was laughing my head off until he looked as though he was crying, his nose was running aswell he had to run to the bathroom he was in that much pain! I was biting the little ones and not biting into the ...
... s of costumed actors playing residents of the town serving beer, weaving clothes, smithing metal and marching to revolution. Biting our lip not to laugh on how similar the South Park parody of Living-history museums was we strolled about speaking to actors who were all perfectly clued up to educate us on the history. We then returned to the motel, watched another Mark Walburg film and headed out to one of the 16th century pubs for diner and ...
... Right at that
moment, a park ranger type lady appeared from the shadows and told us about the
After a minute or two we were in the chamber with Mr
Lincoln. The words of his immortal Gettysburg address were engraved in the
nearest wall. Both Eugene and I agree that this is one of history’s great
speeches, eloquent yet simple and emotionally powerful beyond belief.
The steps provide ...
... bit of a lot of things. I get excited when I see works of art I studied in undergrad. Today I saw a familiar Raphael, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Degas, Pollock, Miro, Mondrian, Picasso and Toulouse-Lautrec, who is a favorite. I also saw an unfamiliar da Vinci who is always impressive and an Andrew Wyeth exhibit that was pretty much breathtaking. If you ever get a chance to go, don't skip out on the sketches room on the ...
... knew that we would be home at some point. We thankfully did get tickets for the 4:40 train from NYC to Albany, then we got to go to the first class lounge to sit in the most comfortable chairs ever. When it was time to start boarding our train, a very nice gentleman came and got all of our luggage and brought everything to the train for us. We didn't even have to wait in line. I would like to thank Katie very ...