Hampton Inn Waldorf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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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... 555-foot marble tower. We didn’t realise that you had to purchase tickets in advance to go up inside it but luckily Dad did his usual chat to one of the ladies and we managed to get in anyway. We were so glad we had as the views from the top were amazing with unimpeded 360 degree views of Washington and West Virginia. We could even see the Pentagon.
Things turned a bit silly after the Obelisk. I’m not sure if it was the ...
... and see Phillys delights, but instead kept going and waved as we drove past. We appreciated the beauty of some amazing bridges, spanning rivers or lanes and lanes of cars, the skyline reminiscent of NYC and the diversity of the people and the places ... but we did it from the comfort of Alice as we continued down the I95 towards Washington DC.
We are now camped in Greenbelt Park, a national park campground, complete with bugs, but it is close to the ...
... and sees them as a gift rather than an impediment. This approach comes through clearly in the school's motto which states that "the difference is extraordinary". The school is split into four "divisions"; Elementary (Grades 1-4), Intermediate (Grades 5&6), Junior High (Grades 7&8) and High School (Grades 9-12). Grades 5-12 (around 270 students) share one campus and the Elementary School (80 students) is located a few miles down the road. I was ...
... the entire staff come out to greet him every time but we were on the wrong angle to see this. Super cool though!
Our tour continued to see the gigantic obelisk that is a monument to George Washington and then through the "mall" which is then large section between Capitol Hill and the Lincoln monument. It has all the smithsonian museums on one side of the obelisk and on the other side is the war memorials, the reflection pool and the Lincoln monument. ...
... 160; The next morning, we were still laughing about our eventful evening as we walked towards central DC, ready to not go into all the Smithsonian museums and not be in awe of the Lincoln Memorial. The shutdown really affected us here as everything is a National Park, funded by the Government. However, the bus tours were still running, so instead of going into all these places, we got to see them from the outside. The ...