Hampton Inn Silver Spring
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and see the White House but unfortunately something was going on and every road nearby was blocked off, so we had to give up on that plan. The next day we had a full day to spend in DC so we saw some museums, the White House, Congress and hit the shops - all in all a successful day! As I write this we're leaving the Capital and heading for the Big Apple: New York ...
... she had grown to love and respect Charlie D. over the years, and how sorry she was that she never showed him that love. As the old saying goes, Too soon old, too late wise. In any case, we had a thoroughly enjoyable visit with Florence. She is 84 and I am 67. I am sorry it didn't happen sooner.
Oh, yeah. Here's a picture of me, Florence and Florence's daughter, Denise. Look closely. Notice anything?
... what you want to do online and research all its possible aspects and you will be on your way to success. Do not let the congestion of the market, the scams surrounding the industry, and innocence defer your way towards success. Although there are some frustrating moments along your Internet marketing career, but simply do not give up. It will just be a matter of time before you will see your home-based business growing, and your past nine-to-five job will just be a ...
... a beautiful memorial to all those that served the USA. Past the Pool of Reflections to the Korean War Memorial, 19 full size male statues dressed in battle fatigues, reflected in a mirrored granite wall with the finest of etchings, depicting men and women whom served. This was an amazing memorial and the reflections in the wall was very clever.
The Lincoln memorial is HUGE and all marble, amazing and what great views of Washington and the vast park areas.
... projects this last couple of years. Still lots to do on the man cave, but that can wait until next year.
So, the most boring road in the country - I 70, awaits. I think the only reason I tolerate I 70 is that it runs right by my boyhood home in Denver. It will get us a jump start on getting out of Dodge. So, crank the tunes, here we go. Hit the road Jack, and don't you come back, no more no more, no more, no ...