Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Columbia East - Elkridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... award) the lettering on your marker would be gold instead of black. We also saw the grave sites of JFK and Jackie Kennedy Onassis where an eternal flame burns continuously. Two of their children who died in infancy are also buried there and further along Senators Robert and Edward Kennedy are buried. There is also a marker for a forth Kennedy brother who was a pilot, shot down in the Second World War. The cemetery holds 25-30 burials a day. The ...
... welcomes people of all faiths and perspectives, unfortunately unable due to time constraints unable to walk through to view apparently fantastic stained glass windows. Driving down Embassy Row viewing over 50 Embassies and Consulate homes, continuing through Georgetown, would have loved to spend more time browsing through shops and buildings, and possibly having lunch in this area
Hopping off at Lafayette Square to walk around viewing front and back of White ...
Please take this blog with a huge pinch a salt. Our opinion of Washington was probably sealed from the moment we got on the Greyhound with a horribly rude driver. In short we had a bit of a pants time, a pants time we could laugh at, but pants nonetheless. Given more time, having had better weather, or just with a better driver we might have loved it but it's fair to say we didn’t.
Getting on the bus at Philly was a chore, there were no signs to tell us where to go, ...
... Vietnam War memorial, where there are 58000 USA men's names engraved in a wall, either dead or missing in action. Only 8 women lost there lives. An amazing tribute.
We met Lisa for lunch at the Daughters of the Revolution museum, another spectacular building, with lots of room displays of a bygone past. Also some pretty amazing old quilts, from the early 1800s on display. Wait for the photos. Also to the adjoining Children of the revolution display.
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... national parks. I'm also heading to Mt Rushmore, rocky mountain national park and trail ridge road the highest paved road in the US and then I'll be heading to colorado springs and riding up pikes peak. Once I'm out of colorado I be heading into a grind of long boring roads of kansas, oklahoma, arkansas and parts of tennessee. Out of tennessee I'll be heading up the blue ridge parkway and arriving back home on 24Sept.