Hampton Inn Bowie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of this house and portraits of many of them hang in the entry hall. While we were able to enter
just a few rooms, we really enjoyed them. East Room, State Dining room, the Red
Room, Blue Room and Green Room, China Room (displaying samples of Presidential
table settings), Vermeil Room, family dining area and Library were open to view. All are filled with furnishings going back ...
It was on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where Martin Luther King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech....
Washington, D.C! Already at our fourth city stop, it's going by so quickly, can’t believe we’ve been in America for two weeks already. In some ways it feels a lot longer, and then I think, there are still ten weeks to go! Such an amazing feeling being on holiday for a long time, definitely enjoying the travel!
Yesterday we had another walking day and explored the Washington Mall which houses all the main tourist sites. It was very cold, the wind particularly ...
It was only a short stay but we managed to squeeze in a lot of activity. Originally not on the list of cities we'd visit, however, the lure of fitting one more destination was high and we are both glad we did make the change. Our accommodation was situated in Arlington and we were amazingly close to the Marine Corp Memorial which was surprisingly huge and with a quick count of arms and legs is actually ...
... who walk through are reflected in the black granite panels with the engraved names of the 55,000 (wasted) young lives. Of the large number of visitors are only a handful of African -Amer's in spite of the fact that they represented a greatly disproportionate percentage of the the casualties-possibly the tyranny of distance, money,lack of family support,who knows?Along the tree-shaded path parallel to the reflecting pool, past the WW11 Memorial, the needle ...