Hampton Inn Baltimore / Glen Burnie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... though the woods and creeks, getting lost twice and making it finally back.. Had a nice light dinner with fantastic locally brewed beer nearby the hotel.. All the way back we've talked mysteries of life, philosophy, tragedy of modern human condition, traps and realities of the NWO, Velikovski's ideas, Gurdjieff, Christian monks.. Had a great time overall and were totally exhausted by the end of our dinner.. Crashed into beds by around 10 and drowned into deep sleep like ...
... at The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to eating an authentic sushi dinner!
Although I truly enjoyed everything we did, I am going to focus on my favorite thing for the purpose of this post. We have both visited DC several times in the past, but we had never done this before, and I am SO happy we did.
On Sunday afternoon we went to the Smithsonian National Zoological Park to see the giant ...
... to care, which was good. The food sure was yummy, and people were surprisingly friendly! We met a few of Anya's friends and headed out for a couple of VERY strong drinks (measures don't exist in America) at Madam Organs where there was a live band and a lot of stuffed animals around... We are definitely in America!! Before going to the MadHatter, here we met a few strange characters, one guy from Boston though gave us a list of to do and see things in ...
... Arlington's Tomb of the Unknowns equals anything we can do. I saw the Pentagon, the FBI Building, Congress, the White House, Ford Theatre...all iconic buildings, all easy to find. Homeless people. Begging...worse than NYC. Water fountains everywhere. Smartcard metro tickets like Oyster but only a dollar 75 per trip. The biggest Ethiopian community in the world outside Ethiopia. I'm going ...
... I was sad to say goodbye to my cousins, but lucky that my friend, Kevin, offered me a couch at his place. Kevin is my classmate from the University of Portland, and works in the city for a tech company. He's a smarty pants. After dropping my stuff off at his place, we headed down to the airport to return my car. Since Kevin lives close to a Metro stop, I called Dollar earlier to see what would happen if I returned it early. I saved a ...