Hampton Inn & Suites Annapolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and tried a few different beers before moving on to an Eastern European bar. While we were in there the heavens opened and Michael found it greatly amusing to watch pedestrians run past in the rain getting absolutely soaked and looking panicked. Unfortunately it appears that Michael has contracted man-flu so we're back at the apartment relatively early for a good night's sleep.
... money from reception. He said that he forced him against a wall, head butted him & taught him a lesson. Lost even more confidence in the hostel knowing that a known thief was staying in the hostel & had been storing all his belongings in our hallway room. Was stoked that we only had one more night in the hostel hallway & excited to head to Miami. Was freezing so asked for extra blankets, layered the clothes on & jumped up to the top bunk to sleep with Sam to keep ...
... SSB). It is going to take 2 guys a day and a half to install. This will be our long distance link to the world. Everyone has driven by houses that have one of those big antennas sticking up? Commonly referred to as a “HAM” radio, SSB was first used extensively during WWII. Our antennae will be 71’ tall which is the distance to the top of our mast. There is a ...
... however police reinforcements were called in just before we arrived and were in the process of clearing out all the tourists who ignored the barriers. This was still somewhat fascinating and we were quite entertained by the protestors and general public’s frustrations/rants about the whole situation. Next we visited various war memorials which were partially open thanks to a group of war veteran’s protesting and breaking through the barriers earlier ...
... through Senate. I find it abhorrent that elected members of the government choose to hold their country hostage in this way.
Aside from navigating the shutdown, we had one key task to complete in Washington DC - obtain our visa for India. After numerous calls to the Foreign Office and various embassies, we had been told that we could effortlessly get our visa in DC as long as we had completed all of the online application. So, after yet another night bus, ...