Metro Points Hotel - Washington North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We left Atlantic City at 1pm for DC and on the bus was about 30 passengers. Darren and 1 other were the only white ones. She was TT broke all the rules, talking loud on her phone!, drinking bourbon straight. By the time we got to Baltimore we new what she was going to do for the week, who she was staying with and what was for dinner that night! But …
... on this special day - as evidenced by our (lame) travel photos for today at a couple of the Smithsonian museums (you should know that for a lot of these, and as we were walking around, people were looking at us like we were totally nuts!). I do remember the day that you were born, like it was only yesterday. Being there, at the hospital, witnessing your birth was probably what helped me decide that dogs might be a better ...
... it to one of the girls but we didn't know, so she had the ***** that we didn't help her find it after all that.Anyway day 2 of exploring we had a chilled morning and just caught the subway to Eastern market, a trendy little suburb that had heaps of cafés and a weekend market that had so much delicious samples of fruit and spicey dips, I was loving it sick. We went to this cute little place for brunch that had some amazing hazelnut spread on the table, it was like ...
... I have a dream' speech. It was here were we took in the mesmerising view across the reflecting pool. From there, we visited the World War II Memorial with the stunning fountains and the tallest structure in Washington DC, the Washington Monument. In the morning, we headed out early to see if we could get 'free' tickets to the Washington Monument, we were in luck, with four tickets for the 4pm viewing. Giving us plenty of time to visit the White House ...
... visit both campuses. The Lab School was founded in 1967 by Sally Smith, a mother who was frustrated that her child, who experienced learning difficulties, was not being catered for adequately in the mainstream system. Sally was apparently a flamboyant character who used to host elaborately themed birthday parties for her son. She was always amazed at how much the children remembered and learned at these parties and thought - why doesn't this happen at ...