Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University
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... In all honesty it was pretty cool. You had to assume an identity and remember all these details about where you lived, why pwere you travelling, how you were getting around town etc. Mike has a knack for this type of thing. He got 100% when he was questioned, me on the other hand, I forgot where I was born. At least I got the country right. The museum was full of James Bond costuming, props, cars and video clips about the movies... ...
... has a very strange mix of exhibits, some absolute **** like a piece of someone's toilet etc etc. Then you turn around and there is an artefact 3500 years old. Can believe it.
Manage to shot some big game and bagged a homeless crazy.
By the way, the bus shelter lady is still there but Samelda is gone. I guess she's gone to the White house for a room.
... wet and very cold and headed to The Mall to see the main sights. After 30 minutes out in the open with strong winds and rain, we thought it couldn't get any worse..... Then it started hailing! We made a run for the nearest coffee shop which turned out to be Paul's a French patisserie. We ordered soup and hot drinks and once again tried to sit the storm out! After dragging our food and drinks out as long as possible and with a looks from the waiter to say ...
We woke up to threats of being snowed in DC, but luckily we were faced with only slight flight delays. Also, lucky for us, Birmingham did not have chances of snow so our non-stop flight from DC was free to land there. Like I alluded to earlier, a sign of a snow flake in Alabama will shut down the entire state.
... up with her for breakie made it feel like it was only yesterday since we had seen her. Following breakfast, we rolled out of Washington DC and headed towards Amish country AND it's starting to snow for the first time! DJ Dave is on the airwaves next to driver Dad with mum behind keeping me entertained in the back. The road trip it self is going very smoothly. It is great to have company while we drive along, to share experiences, create new memories, all the while becoming more of a global citizen.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University Washington DC
It is a fair priced hotel but there are a lot of extra fees, such as overnight parking ($18) and continental breakfast ($9). The campus is really beautiful and historical. It is fenced in and guarded so I feel safe here.
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