Hilton Garden Inn Silver Spring North
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... we went on an evening sightseeing trip. There is just so much to see in Washington! We went to the World War II memorial. It was amazing and absolutely huge. There was a fountain, arches, and 4000 gold stars. Each gold star represents 100 Americans who died in WWII. After that we drove past the Watergate complex (yes, that Watergate) and made our way to the John F. Kennedy Centre for the performing arts. We walked through the ...
I spent the day sorting & packing clothes, shoes, etc. How much roughing it is too much roughing it? (aka, how many times can Charlie wear that same pair of underwear?) I think I have it sorted into two paper grocery bag sized bags for all of our clothes, and a couple of boxes with binoculars, walkie talkies, and bug spray, etc.
I am sure I have forgotten something, but I am sure we can buy it along the way!
2 more days!
... to the places we'll end up in in South America, but I'll avoid sleeping in a room with 11 other people for a while! Oh, & the Metro is amazing! Well, visually at least. It reminded me so much of the Barbican Centre. In fact, if the Barbican had it's own underground system it'd look like Washington's. Yesterday we went to Ronald Reagan Airport which was pleasantly retro, mainly pale yellow & playing muzak, & we picked up the car.... Again more pics to follow! ...
... I went to were: For All The World To See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights, The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden, First Ladies at the Smithsonian, and amazingly Bon Appétit! Julia Child's Kitchen at the Smithsonian - yes, the entire kitchen! How interesting to watch the movie "Julia & Julie" when I returned home. The film would ...
... br> Loneliest road: 86 from Northwest SD to Southwest ND, Runner up: Minnesota 23
Total pictures taken: 1,200+ (85% by Paul, 5% by Abby, 10% by Ann)
Total nights spent in lodging establishments: 18
Worst lodging establishment: Days Inn, Murdo, SD
Most comfortable hotel bed: the pricey Best Western, Dickinson, ND (oil tycoons must demand comfy beds?)
Most nights stayed in: South Dakota
No nights stayed in: PA, OH (just passed ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center