Hampton Inn Silver Spring
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a trip like none I have ever taken before. I am going to be throwing myself into new places, encountering new foods and people, and going on a trip that I never thought I would be ready for this early in my life.
And yet in less than a week I will be walking on to a plane and leaving my nice dorm at the University of Maryland to officially starting my exciting and, safe to say, foreign adventure to South East Asia. ...
... between important monuments. What monument might be added next? It’s probably only a matter of time until Republicans are in charge of everything again for a while and decide we need to erect a 400 foot statue of Ronald Reagan slaying a communist halfway between the Washington Monument and the Capitol. I personally think it’s time to say the Mall is full and future monuments and museums need to be placed off-Mall in prominent places on the extensive federal park lands in ...
... it is marked out where this occurred. It was then time to take photos of the reflecting ponds with the Washington Monument in the background. You could also see how well the WW2 memorial fitted in at the bottom of the pools.
The Vietnam memorial was next and of particular interest to us after visiting the country last year and hearing their side of what went on. This was shaped into a chevron as that it similar to ...
... I have also heard that Charlie D. was a bit of a philanderer. True? Again, I'll never know. So, Charlie D. wasn't perfect. What man is? But I have always heard, and continue to hear, that Charlie D. was a good man. I believe my mother loved him. And I know he paid for my sister's, Pat's, wedding, but that Frank Harley, her (our?) father walked her down the aisle. Years later, at my brother Bill's funeral in 1989, Pat told me ...
... Sarah plans to buy her books to read when we get home. We have a late lunch at Union Station on a balcony that shakes every time a train comes in. Sarah has a salmon and rocket salad. Ah. Salad. Tiz has pork belly sandwiches. The bread is like pancakes. We also order cocktails. Sarah's is vodka and pear and it is fabulous. Tiz's has cognac and that's all he can remember. We walk back to the World War Two memorial which again is completely US centric and does not mention ...