Hampton Inn Silver Spring
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to the American History museum to finish it off, then went back to the Library of Congress.... Michelle you are listed on their database 5 times! Such a gorgeous building. Loved it in there.
Currently on a train to the airport, we are seriously useless at public transport. We got a Marc train instead of an Amtrak. Amtrak is a lot faster, has wifi and doesn't stop every 30 seconds. Amtrak has signs to tell us where we are. Marc has none of these things.....!!!!
... 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. ...
... where closed which meant delays! Pain in the bottom. Some friendly people about directed us to our hotel as google maps was confusing me! Our hotel was really nice, we chilled for a little went to the gym and got our sweat on and then headed for the pool on rooftop for a dip; only to find it's shut as it's out of season! I will be writing a letter of complaint! Anyways we washed Ross's dirty clothes which turned out to be near enough all of his clothes ...
... 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 ...
... first lady to have been included in all the sites. And obviously her own work is the reason why she has earned her place. BUT the real reason why this was my favourite was the insightful and moving quotes from Roosevelt which were displayed throughout the memorial.