Holiday Inn Express La Plata

Address: 6860 Crain Highway, La Plata, Maryland, 20646, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 6860 Crain Highway, La Plata, is near Chapel Point State Park.
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Travel Blogs from La Plata

The Back Story - About Us

A travel blog entry by nkmorris on Mar 06, 2015

13 comments, 17 photos

... complete a large clockwise circle of the US - but one bonus of having plenty of time is that plans can change, and we'll be flexible as fellow travelers recommend sites and sights we're not aware of. And if we find somewhere we really like, then we'll take advantage to recharge the batteries, do the washing, and try the local produce.

In the meantime, pre-departure, there is a myriad of things to arrange - visas, reducing the clothes we take ...

Sooooooooo cold.......

A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 14, 2014

2 comments

... but didn't but will definitely see it when I get home after visiting his home. FDR sounded like a good bloke. Broad sweeping statement; democratic presidents seem to be much more interesting/better than republicans. Then I stayed up and watched August;Osage County. Great film!! Loved it! Saturday morning: clear & super cold. Don't have anymore words. Super cold. Walked up to Starbucks for coffee which is beside the bus stop. We're doing the hop on/hop off ...

Washington - The Monumental City

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 19, 2014

72 photos

... just a few central skyscrapers surrounded by massive acreage of parking lots.

I try not to be jingoistic (and would prefer to forget my days as a Reagan generation College Republican), but when I visit Washington I can’t help feel pride in my country for the good things it has done and political and philosophical concepts it pioneered. I went through times during the years of Dubya’s presidency when I didn’t feel all that positively, but overall when ...

Monuments, Memorials & Monumental Buildings!

A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Sep 27, 2014

3 comments, 16 photos

... back to our hotel to get ready to head out again for dinner. It is a wonderful place that was originally established in 1856. It has moved a number of times over the years with its final move occurring in 1983 into what was once the B.F.Keith's Theatre. It has a Beaux-Arts facade and internally there are mahogany and velvet booths and four bars.

We selected the Oyster Bar as our bar of choice, not that we eat oysters but it was a great bar to do ...

Panicking parents and never ending trains

A travel blog entry by megenexplore on Jun 30, 2014

3 photos

... in my pajamas to the local pharmacy. Mum was right (as per) I had heat exhaustion and needed to get some energy drinks and get as much rest as possible. I then went back to bed for a bit and spent hours on FaceTime to the one and only Emily Simmonds, who of course had little sympathy but soon cheered me up. I was and still am gutted I had to waste a day in bed, but my health comes first. That night I had a walking tour booked at 7 which I really didn't want to miss, so I got ...