Hampton Inn Silver Spring
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Carlson's wife to be, Martha Ryder, was one of the nurses in the hospital tending to my mother. When speaking to my Aunt last year, I learned that Frances was a bit jealous of her new mother. Life repeats itself, doesn't it?
Florence also told me that Charlie D. was a bit of gambler, which apparently kept her mother from having additional children with him. An exaggeration? I don't know. But I wasn't surprised to ...
... individuals who do not like their present job and like to do something new, different, and without using their skills and expertise for the benefit of someone else, a work-at-home business opportunity is just right for you. And with proper research, you will be able to arrive on one of the popular and probably the best home-based business opportunity-Internet marketing. Although the Internet is said to be one of the "congested market" nowadays, starting an ...
... is a very weird town. Lookout Austin, Asheville is gaining on you. This is a dog friendly town with lots of pups to meet and greet on the streets. We had dinner at the Boucherie on Lexington. Interesting food, nice people, very good, thanks for the suggestion Ryane.
We opted not to go visit the Biltmore as they charge $50 each to visit opulence. I know owning opulence is expensive, but visiting should be cheaper. Free would be good, like the Smithsonian. ...
... of the steeples and it is still under repair.
Saturday afternoon we toured the Smithsonian Natural History Museum. Ended up the night at the Sports Bar before taking the Metrorail home. Super Day!!!!
Sunday we got up early to go to Mass at the Basilica Of The National Shrine Of The Immaculate Conception. Shari, thank you so much for replying to my blog to tell us not to miss going ...
... 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 ...