Hampton Inn Potomac Mills/Woodbridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... section was the kiddy section - hands on learning about all things space and movement :). We then headed over to the park to chill before meeting up with the group. I got my sandwich out, and out of the corner of my eye I saw a little squirrel approaching. It's probably totally wrong, but it got so close that I hand fed it! It was so cute :). However I don't know whether there's some special silent squirrel call that I just don't know about ...
... at the Museum movie). The memorial is amazing. There's giant pillars, his speeches written on the side walls, and a giant 9ft statue of him in his chair. At the front of the memorial is also an engraved stone on the ground, where Martin Luther King gave his 'I have a dream' speech. Pretty darn awesome :).
After all the memorials, we headed back to camp for my first taste of camping. Wish me luck. Peace out from Washington D.C. ...
Traveling solo, unfortunately, continues to suffer a stigma. However, due to advancement in technology and the increase in options for maintaining contact with our loved ones from home, more people are starting to go on trips on their own. Also, once you hit the road by yourself, the truth is you will always have people to connect with including other solo travelers which leads to you gaining one or ...
... had been bought by Donald Trump and was going to be turned into a hotel.
So, we went to see the White House but couldn't get too close. I'd always seen people peering through the railings - but we weren't even allowed that close. Lots of cops around on bikes. In the distance we could see the Washington Monument - a tall obelisk thing that was covered in scaffolding as it was being repaired after being damanged by an earthquake a few ...
... s house looks like a museum when you walk in the door. He's got maps of the world, buffalo horns from Lewis and Clark (remember, he sent them on their expedition), a huge clock/calendar that he invented, and on and on. His library was gigantic, and he even sold 6,000 volumes to start the Library of Congress after it was burned in the War of 1812. He read and spoke seven different languages. He inherited the land from his father and leveled ...