Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore/Arundel Mills
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Well I thought we were in Silver Springs Maryland but with 5 Ethiopian Restaurants within a 100 metre radius...... First up was the a travel lodge "BEAR" breakfast think the sign should have said "BARE" breakfast 'cause it was coffee coffee or coffee! Must be something to do with the Ethiopian famine. Subway as a breakfast alternative isn't the best but it sufficed. Have caught the train into Union Station and have joined ...
... we caught the metro down to a mall called Pentagon City. We spent the rest of the afternoon there buying clothes and shoes, until we knew we would have to have an early dinner if we wanted to go see the Independence Day fireworks. That night we had a snack at Taco Bell, but then we realised that is wasn't enough for a full meal, so we walked around some more shops, then we went to Johnny Rockets, then rushed to get the train so we could quickly go back to ...
... by this and is still trying to figure out whether the president was on board or not.
There is so much to see in Washington, a monument around every corner. Our hotel had a shuttle bus that dropped us off at Washington Mall. Wills thinks it ...
... he was bummed, but by the time we finished, he realized the things Paige Kimble had said were true: The spellers who qualified for the National Spelling Bee came from an initial estimate of 11 million kids in classroom and school spelling bees. The 285 who qualified represented the top 0.000026 percent of spelling ability in the nation. The skills that he practiced in addition to spelling were ...
... night, so obviously it was very peaceful and quiet.
Today, the 4th, we moved off of the parkway and onto the freeway for a bit. At coffee time we decided to cut off into Lexington Va for coffee. What a surprising treat that was! It turned out to be a beautiful little University town with block upon block of 18th C buildings and houses, all very nicely restored and maintained. It was right up there with Savannah and Charleston. It also has quite the ...