Homewood Suites Silver Spring
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back). So the left behind man starts chasing the bus - very funny. The family were getting stressed snd the driver said (in her cool southern accent)... 'I didn't leave him behind! He got off!' Very funny. They stopped the bus to let him rejoin us.
It was interesting seeing the freed slaves plots, who had 'citizen' written on them. There are around 30 funerals every day at Arlington and over 400,000 people rest there. Very sobering.
After Arligton ...
I am sitting here at my dining room table in Rockville, Maryland with so much to do to prepare for my trip, but I have decided that this would be the perfect time to start my travel journal. I wanted to write this blog not only to keep everyone informed on what this 6 foot white Jew is doing half way across the world, but also so that I can look back on this adventure and see all the things that I did while abroad. I am about to ...
... we have done it a few times now; we walked miles to get to a train that took us to a separate terminal for baggage claim; there was a transportation desk there which was handy, although even more handy if the man had just given us one option and quit with all the rambling on which we didn't need to know. We eventually got it out of him, got a bus to the metro and a metro into the city centre although the metro took forever because it was Sunday service ...
... his gambling. My brother would tell me that our Mom, after marrying Charlie D., would send him down to the local Knights of Columbus to ask Charlie to come home from his poker game. Charlie would get up, roll down his sleeves, tie his tie, put on his jacket and head home for dinner. My brother also told me that when he was about 16, and thought he was a pool shark, Charlie D. took him to the local pool hall and beat his pants ...
... length of the memorial. You would walk through each term Roosevelt served and the stone structures and waterfalls would differ to reflect the key events and challenges for each term. It was very well done. I really enjoyed the sculptures too, I particularly enjoyed the fact that his dog was included – as did all the children visiting! I also think it is important to note that Eleanor Roosevelt was also cast in iron, she is ...