Holiday Inn Washington College Park
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... only if covered in some other material that masks the flavor, preferably something with a lot of fat in it, like gravy or butter. (Yes, animal fat. I like it. I don’t care. Even Shirley Temple sang the praises of it. Remember? "…animal fat is in my soup." She turned out okay.)
Anyway, I just think it’s strange that the one vegetable that Barbara hates, I’ll eat. Just one more example of how she and I complete each ...
... and grand children this summer and fall, and we need to make a stop in Decatur, IN to get some things taken care of on our home. Decatur is where the Fleetwood Coach is manufactured and where they have a national service center. We do plan on making more stops along the way, but this time around we simply won't be able to make it up into New England and the Upper Midwest. Next time around!
... for freedom. My father was in the Navy and was a Pearl Harbor survivor. This memorial has special meaning for me.
Our next stop was two more stops on the Big Bus. We got off at 15th and G Street and ate at Old Ebbit Grill. Apparently, anybody-who-is-anybody eats at Old Ebbit Grill. The place was packed when we got there, but I didn’t see ...
... today, and maybe not tomorrow. We’re both pooped. Tomorrow will be a day of R and R, then, Tuesday, we’ll do the town up right. Watch out everybody. Just like Jimmy Stewart, Mr. M. goes to Washington!
Okay, even I thought that was lame. I really am ...
... place only to find that we were at the wrong office and that the tour we thought we could do wasn't actually available. We then decided to try the 'capital bike share' option - a system of bicycles that are available throughout the city. Basically you pick up a bike at one dock, ride it for a while, re-dock it and pay for the time you use. If you only use it in 1/2hr segments you don't pay anything after the first fee of $7 each. Great idea, but ...