Quality Inn

Address: 4783 Allentown Rd, Camp Springs, Maryland, 20746-3929, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4783 Allentown Rd, Camp Springs, is near Six Flags America, Surratt House Museum, and Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium.
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        Fourth day in Washington

        A travel blog entry by km66182 on Jul 06, 2015

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        ... the dome, which they were also doing repairs on the ceiling, which had a beautiful painting on it. There were also lots more statues, and paintings. The next room we entered was called the chamber. This was where everyone including Abraham Lincoln and all the other politicians would work. It was a very small space, and the condition of the room back in the days, smelt very bad. And that was the end of our tour. The tour guide was very nice and helpful ...


        A travel blog entry by kevdebem on Jun 08, 2015

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        ... back again. There is a great honor in performing this service and I commend the soldier I saw that day on his perfection. He was robotic in his actions, nothing but precision of movement and sublime repetition. I couldn't help but wonder what his thoughts were, he had such complete focus. Emily was quiet and respectful and for that I was happy.
        There were funerals being performed that day and I felt for ...

        Day 3: A Lot of Walking to Remember

        A travel blog entry by amandajf on May 03, 2015

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        We started the day at Ford's Theatre, the place president Lincoln was shot by the notorious John Wilkes Booth. I thought the the reason for the set being tilted in the theatre (the unbalance in the country at the time of the Civil War) was very interesting. Walking past the White House this time, I had a new adoration and appreciation of the exterior architecture from five years ago. I saw more of the building's beauty this time around. When walking around the White House Visitor Center, ...

        Walking Washington

        A travel blog entry by zaileia on Jan 27, 2015

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        ... from its most easterly point. Quite an achievement I feel given the weather to have walked the entire perimeter of the Mall!

        Our reward for this day of walking? Homemade goulash and dumplings! My speciality that has now been taught to Hayley, and successfully made in America in spite of severe continental differences in supermarket supplies! Quite pleased with how it turned out J

        That’s it for today! Bit of a long one there!! Tomorrows will be shorter, promise! ...

        Happy 21st Birthday Taylah from Washington DC!

        A travel blog entry by lillyandmichael on Sep 28, 2014

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... on this special day - as evidenced by our (lame) travel photos for today at a couple of the Smithsonian museums (you should know that for a lot of these, and as we were walking around, people were looking at us like we were totally nuts!). I do remember the day that you were born, like it was only yesterday. Being there, at the hospital, witnessing your birth was probably what helped me decide that dogs might be a better ...