La Quinta Inn & Suites Columbia Jessup
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... some converse. So cheap too, they worked out at £19 for my converse! Bargain. Bought so much this trip though. It's gunna feel like Christmas when I get home. Went out for an Indian tonight. Well if you can call it an Indian. It was slightly dodgy. I had some chicken tikka but it was like dog meat. Turns out you had to order white meat if you wanted proper chicken! Needless to say I felt a bit queasy after that revelation. S ...
We check in to the Embassy Suites then head out for a stroll. We get to P Street and things are starting to look familiar. I walked down this street once a few years ago and went to a pretty cool bar. So I take Helen to the "Beer Baron" for a drink. Choosing a drink in this place isn't as easy as you'd think as they have over 600 beers to choose from. Yeah really! Day 2 is spent around Georgetown. For those who don't know the place it's an affluent ...
... off at Union and take the subway to Arlington Cemetery, even though my ankle is now swollen to the size of an orange. This visit I have to do, I cannot leave without having seen the vast amount of white stones, each one standing to remember a life lost. The walk to the JFK gravesite would be too far for me but I am proud and happy to have made it up here.
Back in the hostel I get lucky and snatch a coo
Sleep in yeah woke at 10.20 am which was much needed as we are all sneezing due to the cold and wind . Decided we needed a rest so booked an afternoon nth side tour with Grey Line Tours ,caught up on our emails and blogs and Facebook then headed downstairs for Lunch at a bagel cafe wher I had a Cesar salad and mixed berry smoothie which was very very nice just strange in such a cold climate . Tour picked us up at 1.30 from hotel and transferred to ...
... Continuing around we walked past the Korean War Veterans Memorial which depicts the soldiers on patrol and commemorates those who served in the Korean War, including other countries such as New Zealand.
We crossed the road and walked through what appeared as a gap between two large cliffs and in front of a large rock which had on one side had a statue of Martin Luther King sculptured. Along a wall were some of his famous quotes from some of his speeches but none ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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