Hampton Inn Washington I-95 / Largo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the rain a tall handsome black man came out and we asked if we could walk through the building. He must have been a caretaker or something, so he escorted us through (more marble floors) to the next block where we found a Mexican cafe and had our dinner there. Stopped raining by then so found our way home with a bit of help from a tourist helper (?) Got a message from J&L about doing a hoho tour tomorrow. Good ...
... home. With the dogs getting sick I wish we were going home also. After a long wait we finally get into the Business Lounge and have a hot drink just before we have to board our flight. Then it was another delay after boarding but we finally make it to Washinton from Madrid at 3 in the afternoon DC time. Got a cab to our ...
... quote while looking around was below a picture of Edith Dresser in her wedding dress (before marrying George Vanderbilt). The dress was trimmed with lace worn by her grandmother and a veil with lace worn by her mother. A newspaper account declared, “It’s a admirable thing to have lace, and it is also an admirable thing to have ancestors, but when one can have both lace and ancestors it is most admirable.” Also while walking around, Alex overheard a girl ...
... of the higher temp and didn't feel that warm the first day. I experienced ice rain for he first time. It's like a hail/sleet combo that comes down and lays ice on the road and gets you wet and cold faster than normal rain. After the morning of ice rain it rained good and proper the whole first day. Non stop. Luckily plenty of indoors activities. Activities -library of congress: jumped on a free tour. My volunteer guide was a Colombian named Cordena and was ...
Arriving in Washington, D.C. after a cruise train ride from NYC we found more unseasonably warm weather although it was quite windy. We visited the Arlington national cemetery where those who have served the nation including many famous are buried. Over 400,000 are buried there including Robert E Lee and a number of the Kennedy's. It also includes a tomb of the unknown soldier where they have a changing of the guard ...