Holiday Inn Washington DC / Greenbelt MD
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the hallways. She must have had a private room. I'm pleased she was able to find some inexpensive accommodation for her stay, but I really was surprised by her presence.
This hostel didn't have a bar and you couldn't bring alcohol in. Whilst I know that the reason for this is probably legitimately a State law, I felt like it was because the children ran the roost. In the whole of Europe there was one hostel that there was no alcohol ...
... The first section where Dorothy's red shoes from the Wizard of Oz is kept - was a haphazard collection with no theme that I could figure out. There was all kinds of random things in that room.
The war section was massive - but with relatively few artifacts. There were many "this is a uniform of the type that would have been worn during this period" and lots of lots of cards to read with not that many objects to see. I was hoping for more things from famous generals, etc. ...
... to DC. on the Metro rail. We had a great time together catching up on families. They lived in Kentucky for 12 years. Leon and Tony worked together at Logan Aluminum. It was great to see them. We haven't seen a familiar face for awhile now. Thank you, Sweet Jesus for the blessings of friendship.
We all were entertained by the interesting plants in the ...
... nothing too much and before I got halfway through my drink and switched the wi fi on, they were showing me what they had done. The cost 45 dollars, which included the oil filter. I couldn't have done it much cheaper myself in the UK. Settled down for the night and then spent the next day by the beach having a steak BBQ at Indiana Dunes, a state park at the bottom of Lake ...
... from England to see the Washington Monument, to then find it covered in some type of scaffolding having a face lift. We walked along the Reflecting Pool, where I remembered all the news reports of the Vietnam Protests, then we reached Lincoln Memorial. (Remember Rocky running up the steps.) On our way from the George Washington Monument we passed the World War II Memorial where a ceremony was taking place with the USAF Band and Servicemen on Parade. Just to the rear of the ...