Metro Points Hotel - Washington North

Address: 8500 Annapolis Road, New Carrollton, Maryland, 20784, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8500 Annapolis Road, New Carrollton, is near Open Top Sightseeing Tours, Six Flags America, NASA Visitor Center, and Greenbelt National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from New Carrollton

    The Night They Invented Champagne

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Jan 28, 2015

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    Sorry if the title is a bit misleading there!

    Ruth and I saw Gigi tonight in its pre-Broadway run at the Eisenhower Theatre at the John F. Kennedy Centre for Performing Arts. I love the film and the newly revised stage version was very good, and I was pleasantly surprised by Vanessa Hudgens' performance as Gigi. She adopted Leslie Caron’s mannerisms to great effect whilst maintaining her own humour in the role. The show altered a fair ...

    Museum frenzy

    A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Jan 03, 2015

    ... where we saw the most beautiful photographic display. The photos were beyond stunning and so inspiring. Imagine having a photo displayed in a Smithsonian! This museum is just massive, with everything from rocks and minerals to animals, the sea, plants, humans, dinosaurs.... it just goes on and on. Very engaging and interesting. The kind of place it would be nice to visit for an hour or do at a time every month or so, so much to take in. Lucky DC kids.... what a place for ...

    Freezing in Washington!

    A travel blog entry by juliem.atkinson on Nov 18, 2014

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    We departed New York at 7am on a freezing cold morning standing on the street corner hailing a taxi to take us to the station. Did I mention there were snowflakes at the top of the Empire State Building two days earlier? Getting up there was a marathon in itself! We had to wait in long snaking lines queuing to go up. There is a queue for the tickets then a queue for the security then a queue for the lifts to level 2 ...

    Capital Explorer

    A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Sep 09, 2014

    ... officer (I can't remember his credentials) introduces the new guard to the tomb - squeaky shoes, giant gun, scary booming voice and all. It was very special to watch.
    After the ceremony, we went and found the tombs of John F. Kennedy and his family. It's a gorgeous view from where they are laid to rest, with giant marble plaques with his speeches carved onto the surface, surrounding the area. It really is a pretty place, despite the ...

    The Difference Really is Extraordinary

    A travel blog entry by stuartcameron19 on Jun 03, 2014

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    ... have learning difficulties or not. Their commitment to delivering the curriculum through the arts and high interest academic clubs was also admirable. The greatest challenge for trying to implement something similar in the NZ state school context would of course be resourcing the high level of staffing required. I am convinced however, there are aspects of the Lab School's approach that could work in our context and this is something I'd like to explore in the ...