Hampton Inn Columbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rain so we bought ponchos and walked through the national mall and then to the National Archives to see Constitution and Declaration of Independence. Then we walked home to get warm and dry. After we were dry and warm we walked around and found some where for dinner (where we felt very underdressed), we had amazing fish tacos then walked to the memorials to see them at ...
... giant peg??
Still got the love somehow, after 300+ days together without escape...
The next morning we headed to the Art Museum for an injection of culture. We hung out with Monet, Picasso and some random cartoon characters.
... s office was full of local artwork from Tennessee. When meeting with his staff we found that he gets up around 4am to work out and read about the news. He even reads Chattanooga’s paper each morning. Senator Alexander’s office had local treats from around the State. It had a folk and rustic country feel. We learned that Senator Alexander is very passionate about Education. He worked to start the “Scholarship for Kids Act,” ...
... the American Indian. I confess we went to the last museum not for the displays... So many locals had recommended the Mitsitam Cafe for something different-indigenous meals. It was delish with different dishes and ingredients that we were unfamilar with. There were some that were familuar though, such as nachos, burritos but with different fillings. Did you know mitsitam means 'lets eat!' in the Native language of the Delaware and Piscataway peoples? Talking about Delaware, that ...
... fresh, local dairy and produce, which I loved! But even so, the area was not all charms... there have been muggings and shootings on a rare occasion.
Despite being to DC twice before, it was nice to revisit some of the monuments and museums. I personally love the Lincoln Memorial, because I think the Declaration of Independence written upon the walls is fascinating. Something about the words ...