Holiday Inn Columbia East - Jessup
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the bus and drove around like tourists. Haha. When we brought the bus tickets they told us we had free entry to Madam Tussaud's again so we thought hey if it's free might as well go check it out. It was a little different to the one in New York. It had all the presidents and few different celebrities. Then we went to Hooters for ...
... to find out about our trip before moving on to a bar. A metro ride away we went to an area called Adams Morgan and bar called Madam Organs, quirky roof top place with a live jazz band. After a few drinks there we headed to DuPont to another place. Anya's friend introduced us to a US beer, Blue Moon, quite nice! We decided to call it an early night and headed home, stopping at the take away for Anya to refuel on the biggest pizza slice I've ever seen! Day 1 done, ...
Washington DC was a very short stop and I do plan on coming back here to see a lot of things. I got to visit a friend from Orting, who I probably haven't seen in ages. It is always a bit awkward meeting people that you shared something in common with 10 years ago. Life changes, but I still got along great with this guy. He had moved from Orting to Phoenix and lived there for six years before moving ...
... the butterfly exhibit, however we stumbled upon the Hope Diamond and other gems. Amazing what you can find. Had lunch in the cafeteria, then headed over to the History Museum to see the Star Spangled Banner exhibit featuring the American Flag which actually flew during war of 1812 thereby inspiring Francis Scott Keys tingling anthem. What an amazing energetic experience to view this in person.
Saw Julia Childs kitchen which ...
... our last day a new barrier had been out up at the back of the White House and you could not get near that fence. Such a shame.
In terms of monuments and memorials what can you say except this city is the city that has the most. We didn't see all of them but we tried hard. We visited the Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam War Veterans Memorial, WW1 Memorial, National World War 11 Memorial, Boys Scouts Memorial, Grant Memorial, Peace ...