Holiday Inn Express La Plata

Address: 6860 Crain Hwy, La Plata, Maryland, 20646-5932, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 6860 Crain Hwy, La Plata, is near Chapel Point State Park.
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        Travel Blogs from La Plata

        Back to the station

        A travel blog entry by ejcou0 on Oct 06, 2015

        23 photos

        ... seats on the bus so the day was looking to be a good one. The first stop today was the National Museum of American Indians. It has a couple of big pizza ovens out front, or they could be termite mounds; not sure on that one. There was a dugout outrigger canoe on display, it was a real work of art, sanded smooth and highly polished, The Indians must have been quite the perfectionists if this is how their boats were produced. It was quite interesting, but I think ...

        Final thoughts

        A travel blog entry by lmmshields on Sep 12, 2015

        2 comments, 6 photos

        ... Ft. Meade in Sturgis, South Dakota. In 1893, just 17 years after the Battle of Little Big Horn in what became Wyoming, the wife of Ft. Meade's cavalry commander asked her husband if the song "the Star Spangled Banner" could be played at the fort's evening retreats. She also wanted it played at the end of post parades and concerts because she'd always liked the words written as a poem in 1814 by Francis Scott Key. Commanders from other forts visiting the post at ...

        Long day in the sun

        A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jun 30, 2015

        12 photos

        ... the White House, the Washington Monument, a brief stop to soak our feet in the cool waters of the WW2 memorial,down the length of the reflecting pool to the Lincoln memorial, across the Arlington Memorial bridge to the cemetery, visit the graves of JFK and his close family (Carol was looking for a plot to lie in at this stage) before taking the subway back into the Smithsonian area. A dreadful lunch in ...

        Washington DC

        A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 04, 2015

        18 photos

        ... history although very sobering. While we were there though the emergency siren went warning all people to evacuate the building as quickly as possible. We don't know what had happened but decided not to go back as we had seen plenty. We returned to our hotel via the Metro and stopping off for a light tea on the way. Another good day in ...

        Pentagon on underground

        A travel blog entry by faye69 on Apr 29, 2015

        After a pretty ordinary breakfast we ventured out onto the underground. With the kind assistance of the rail porter who showed us how to use the machines and what lane we had to take. We joyed the ride we went past the Arlington Cemetary which is for soldiers, then on to the Pentagon and walked around the gardens to ...