Hampton Inn Waldorf
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Waldorf
The room felt a bit damp, maybe it's the AC, but aside from that everything was great. Great breakfasts. Great location for shopping and dining out.
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... our tour guide, Shawn, made a chilli for dinner. After that we went into Washington DC to see the monuments lit up at night including the WWII memorial, the white house, and the Lincoln memorial (where a streaker ran out from behind the Lincoln statue shouting "aaaaah its a naked black man" then being wrestled to the ground by 3 security guards. We then went strait beck ...
... and we helped settle the guests in for the wedding. Alicia's wedding was flawlessly beautiful and just like that it was over. My best friend since freshman year, the first person I met in college, MARRIED! We all enjoyed a group carousel ride and then prepared to enjoy appetizers and drinks under the beautifully decorated pavilion that had red and white checker table clothes and string lights. Her dad made a fabulous toast to the bride and groom, we ...
... in the dome. It was under restoration but you could still see the majority of them. They were beautiful. Someday, I just know my Mom's art work will be admired somewhere like that. After the capitol we drove to Ford's theater.
One of the key events in Mr. Dehning's life that set him off on the path of being a history teacher was when he visited Ford's theater as a child back in 1812. Just kidding... about the 1812 bit... ;) ...
... remembering how emotional it made me feel and couldn't wait to get back to the apartment to just look at them, hoping to god they turned out, please just one or two turn out and not be totally ****!
Even now, I tear up thinking about how truly joyful and happy that moment made me feel when I saw that reflection and wanted to capture it no matter what, no matter how, just to be able to and then relive that moment in time for always! I only hope ...
... big trees everywhere, so the humidity kind of makes sense.
We had been advised to ‘Park and Ride’ rather than try and drive ourselves all the way in to DC, so we headed for a station on the outskirts, appropriately called Greenbelt Station. After finding the multi-day parking spots, and getting a brief lesson in buying a ticket, we were soon on a ‘green line’ train, headed for Gallery Place station where we would get on a ...