Hilton Washington DC North Gaithersburg
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... was the Shakespeare theatre we decided no, we've been to Stratford upon Avon the birth place of the big man himself so why go see something that won't live up to that. A quick call to my uncle Jesse to ask if we can come early and off we go to Maryland.
To kill some time we go to Hagerstown a premium outlet shopping area. Hinesh and I are both disappointed with our snack choices - I got a lame dry chicken burger and he got an overly sweet ice cream mix in.
I manage ...
So a major component of the trip was to be in DC for the 4th of July. We got a late start due to some added adventures and arrived to the area later than planned. We got settled in and decided to avoid DC and watch from Virginia. The traffic was already becoming a challenge and I felt like we made a food choice. So after some gps issues and going in circles we arrived.
We needed a pass to the park we wanted to get into so we had to park elsewhere and walk. No big deal but ...
... seemed to take huge exception to being asked questions. Matt asked if he had the correct bus and was pointed towards the back of the line. Having got to the front of the line (still none the wiser) he grunted it was, but didn’t want to tell us whether we would have a change or not " I tell you where you get off". He didn’t seem overly equipped in manners or driving skills , as we were thrown into the back of the seats in front at the very first junction.
... has impressive deco and also had many rooms for hire for an intimate dinning experience. The food was pretty good too. The Range was heaving and full of so called middle class Americans. The food wasn't middle class and the Emperors new cloths springs to mind. But the Chinese was decent enough and the waitress was a tad ...
... day in the city was met with drizzle and a chilly 16 degrees – it was like we had just driven directly into winter. After donning our raincoats, shorts, and jandals we set-off to explore the Arlington cemetery - the resting place for more than 400,000 US soldiers as well as the Kennedy’s. As the rain continued to pour down on us, we waited patiently at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to witness the changing of the guard, followed by visits to a ...