The Inn at Herrington Harbour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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4 days in Washington DC is just not enough. You need a lot, lot longer if you wish to see everything this great city has to offer. I gave it a bloody good go, helped by the fact I have wonderful friends there (thanks L, E and M) who really showed me around - including a midnight tour of the best lit memorials and with the added bonus of M being a Smithsonian archivist. She knows her ...
... the mall to a different metro station for the ride home. It was getting cold and we were glad we had thought to bring coats as when we left it had been a beautiful warm day. We drove back to our hotel and decided not to go out again so just made sandwiches in room and vegged and watched TV. Ted was thrilled to find out that the ASU game was going to be on ESPN and we had it. Devil’s won and looked pretty good doing it. Maybe things are coming together for them.
... interesting displays and exhibits. One of them counted exactly how many humans were currently alive at that second. We knew it was correct - all of them appeared to be in the Smithsonian while we were there! It was absolutely packed as every tourist in Washington tried to get refuge from the rain. After that we hopped onto a tourist trolley which we had booked and did a circuit of the city. We stopped off in downtown at a place called ...
... 20s and 30s DC social group. That was an awful experience as a first event. Nothing like the typical bar scene in DC but much worse in a lot of ways. In any event, I grew smarter about my approach and discovered the outdoor groups. In due time, being a member of these outdoor groups gained me a new circle of friends. Yet for some unknown reason, most of the people that I became friends with as a member, started organizing, creating ...
I am unsure when one crosses the line in order to deservingly get the title of being an addict but over the past few years, I have been highly fascinated with this fad called yoga.
Yes, a fad.
After all, my third home of D.C. has recently been voted as the city with the most fit/active people in the U.S. (otherwise known as fitness addicts). Fascination with it is healthy, I suppose.