Holiday Inn Express I-95 Beltway-Largo
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... enormous tasting room. The
weekend we were there Mark Cascia and his wife had about 10 varieties
they were offering for a tasting - very much worth the side
trip, with an outdoor deck and yard with the prettiest views of the
creek and bay beyond. You'll love Mark - he's a NASA aerospace
engineer who does this on the side. I have to say, this is one
pursuit where he might consider giving up his day ...
... and there are even rockets ready to fire in case of emergency. Washington is a lovely city. There are trees and grass and space! Much nicer than any other major city we have seen in the US so far. However, it is still sad to see the homeless person with their "home" set up on the walkway bench. We walked the entire length of Pennsylvania Avenue. From the White House through to the Capitol Building. Along the way we saw the old post office, the J. Edgar ...
... some of interviews with the people who'd taken the photos. There weren't many cute ones and a lot of really agonizing ones of war.
Had a bit to eat before going through the Kennedy exhibition. Took a photo of Jacqueline Kennedy's dress because it was so skinny. Went outside on the terrace where there was an exhibition of photographs recording some of the events that had occurred in Pennsylvania Avenue (the main drag from Capitol ...
... of farms. Both sold quilts and very kindly gave us an explanation of who they were and why. Took lots of photos.
On the way to Washington our guide played the Harrison Ford movie "The Witness" which was set among the Amish.
It was very warm in Washington when we arrived.
... and had a look around. In the front entry was the urn of British scientist James Smithson who died in 1829. After his death he left is fortune to his nephew who remained childless so the money was given to America is found the Smithsonian institute. All the museums are free to visit. The Air and Space museum was out first stop. There is a lot to see and not enough time in our day. This museum was pretty cool, there are lots of planes and space crafts on display in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking