Hampton Inn Laurel (Fort Meade Area)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the colors, slowly but surely spreading across the page. Without trying to, without even meaning to, I was completely in the moment, completely removed from stressful, outside stimuli and instead focused on my senses. My mind was clear, and perfectly at peace, which was an unusually blissful sensation. Through my mindfulness studies I've learned about myself that much of my own anxiety comes from my perfectionism - the desire to be the best at everything ...
... but instead chose an old bar called Martin's Tavern, which was established in 1933. Apparently every president has eaten there from Harry Truman to George W. Bush. I'm sure Obama will get around to it eventually. We ate outside on the patio. I got a monte cristo sandwich. It was yummy.
From there we continued to walk around Georgetown, taking in the sights. We had one major goal left: cupcakes. Georgetown Cupcakes. We eventually found the little shop, all decorated in ...
... than the NY Natural history Museum but together they would be the best by far. The bones and mummies, including the fossil and dinosaurs was excellent, the section on the earth formation, meteorites, minerals, gems and working through to famous gem stones, including loads of famous and priceless pieces , including the Hope Diamond was amazing. The bugs and butterflies were good, the section on human origins was really great. Check out the photos of us all as early human ...
... two short blocks, about 300 metres to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum so that is where we went! What an incredible place. So many famous planes and space crafts, so much history and with great interactive displays and demonstrations, and its all free!! We thought we would wander around in there for a few hours . . . well we almost stayed the whole day. Bradley, you would love this place. We have taken heaps of photos for you! I ...
... on the route was the Museum of Natural history, and the Smithsonian Castle for an unexpected lunch when the heavens opened up for about half an hour. From there we headed to the Smithsonian Air and space museum. Wow, what a place. Could have spent a week in there. Bec solved one of her greatest mysteries here too, just how astronauts go to the toilet in space. Then there it was off to the National Gallery of art. This place ...