Holiday Inn Laurel West-I-95/RT 198W
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as Independence Hall) and was cast with the inscription of, "Proclaim LIBERTY throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof." It originally cracked when first rung after arrival in Philadelphia. In its early years, the Liberty Bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens to public meetings and proclamations. It was then onto the camp site, for our night in the wild and a lesson in erecting a tent....After a ...
... monument and a lovely Afr.-Amer. guy calling the squirrels with peanuts to offer, a daily ritual, he tells me( lots of squirrels everywhere we have been, dear little things) Finally we arrive at the Smithsonian original old building intending to get out of the heat by walking through it en route to the African Art Museum in a separate building. We found ourselves in the Natural History Museum which included as huge section on Minerals and Gems. Well, ...
... seem to be on United's naughty list. SSSS again.
In any case, it was humid but not too rainy in DC. I spent the entire time in the hotel, with the exception of one dinner out, and tried hard not to sleep through the meetings.
Only in DC for two nights, then back ...
... honest Abe than ever. It'd be like a strange doppelgänger double selfie.
Speaking of photographs, I have a load more. My second day here has been absolutely gorgeous (an adjective I might or might not have used yet, still stuck for new ones from time to time, everything is just so incredible ok?!). The sun was shining, the cherry trees were in bloom, and I was blitzing every museum in sight. The Smithsonian Museum of American History ...
... for a while but eventually the shivering became too much and we went downstairs with all the other sensible people. Arrived back in Georgetown just before 5pm. I made a halfhearted attempt at shopping but all I could think about was a hot drink - I was chilled to the bone. We spotted a patisserie with a big line up - so it must be good. It was!! Coffee and chocolate/pecan/croissant later and we were revived. (Hey - I walked for 3 hours!) I then went on a ...