Holiday Inn Express Washington DC - BW Parkway
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... with its rather simple, yet very tasteful flavors. Feeling a bit adventurous, I got my spicy chocolate and vanilla gelato placed in a cone and then submerged into a cappuccino - a little Italian treat formally known as an Affogato. I was skeptical at first, but after the combination of espresso and caffeine hit my mouth I wanted to stand up and scream, "FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD!" Simply put, it was amazing - and surprisingly not too crowded - ...
We arrived into D.C at about 7pm and made our way to a lovely studio apartment near the waterfront area in the south west quadrant of Washington D.C. The apartment had a doorman so we felt a little bit special walking in! Upon unpacking my suitcase, I soon discovered a Customs slip stating they had searched my luggage- this would not be noteworthy except for the fact that this was the third time I had received this slip. That's a perfect record of 3 ...
... Turns out she had a flat battery as well! Enter a lovely man in his big red truck, still in his pyjamas, and he had us both jump-started within ten minutes. No problem.
Ten minutes later we were on the subway heading into town. First stop, the Smithsonian Museums. We read that the Air & Space Museum was the most popular, but didn´t spend much time looking around because it felt kind of redundant considering we´ve just been to the Kennedy Space ...
... it was full and I had to go to one of the satellite viewing areas where they showed the talks on monitors. I know to go early for the rest of the talks.
The talks were much like what I've seen on TED.com. The biggest difference is that the videos include very little of the talking between speakers. It turns out, there was quite a bit of that.
When the talks were over I headed back to my hotel.
... a pillow, apron, wall hanging, and a few potholders. In my defence, they aren’t all for me!
While we made our way out of Lancaster, we saw some beautiful country side as well as Amish men and women going about their daily lives. It was fascinating to see them driving buggies, riding scooters or ploughing fields or harvesting using horse drawn equipment. I have a great deal of respect for these people, I ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking