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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... initial joy turned to
concern when I seriously couldn’t find her. I wandered galleries without luck
and sat waiting on a bench close to the front door until, right on closing
time, she came wheeling along, happy as larry and oblivious to the worry she
had caused me.
We cabbed to Chinatown, and had a Guinness and a light feed
at an irish pub near the station before getting back to the hotel for an early
... and found other kids waiting. I had tears rolling down my eyes at a pretty consistent rate and when we walked in the next exhibit, Nina had to cradle me as many of the artifacts in the room were from the Ghettos and trains. For example, when I realized that we were walking on brick from the Warsaw Ghetto, I nearly shrieked, and when we walked in one of the cargo trains that people were transported to concentration camps on, I sobbed uncontrollably. ...
... and now is where I have to tell you that after droning on about how beautiful this place was I actually can't post any photos because they're all on a hard drive that I don't have - I had to make room on the camera card (funny that) so no pictures just yet... y'all will just have to be patient! We also visited Sullivans Island and Isle of Pines which are beach areas less than half an hour from Charleston - the Carolinas has quite a famous coastline - and would you believe ...
... and had a look around. In the front entry was the urn of British scientist James Smithson who died in 1829. After his death he left is fortune to his nephew who remained childless so the money was given to America is found the Smithsonian institute. All the museums are free to visit. The Air and Space museum was out first stop. There is a lot to see and not enough time in our day. This museum was pretty cool, there are lots of planes and space crafts on display in ...
... with each one, despite the fact that we only recognise a handful. Eventually though, we manage to get him out and make it to our final stop of the day, the Spy Museum. As you can imagine this is all about the art of spying as well as some famous spy stories. It is really hands on and Ethan, in particular, loves it. Best of all is an exhibition on the Bond Villains. There are loads of props from the films, including lots of the weapons and some of ...