La Quinta Inn & Suites Edgewood / APG South

Address: 2112B Emmorton Park Rd, Edgewood, Maryland, 21040, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2112B Emmorton Park Rd, Edgewood, is near Sherwood Gardens and Jerusalem Mill and Village.
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      Rain, Hail or Shine

      A travel blog entry by drcooper on May 29, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Lincoln Memorial, reflective pool, Washington monument, White House, Pennsylvania Ave, Capitol in a heat that was so moist I thought I was in the tropics or trekking the Amazon! But some how it suited the sights...I didn't think that halfway up the Washington mall but in hindsight it was perfect...not too, bright but a dappled light straight from a Hollywood blockbuster where some alien is about to destroy...nay pummel a monument! Similarly today I'm ...

      Day 7 Haircut

      A travel blog entry by lilytylerbatt on Apr 30, 2014

      ... us a chance to dry off. Sarah was moderately pleased with her haircut - as much as she could be considering she hates them. I thought her hair looked much better. We then went into giant and got a few bits of veg for dinner and some discounted doughnuts. Before getting the bus back to campus we got a crate of bud light for the following nights. We didn't have to wait too long in the rain ...

      Chapter Two: Love

      A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 20, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... to gurgle away. It could rot for years on your tongue. During this lengthy period of social and economic upheaval, I tried to escape from the neo-conservative stronghold of the Southwest by packing up and heading East. I moved to Maryland in August of 2003. Until that point I had always lived somewhere in or around Dallas, Texas. Born and raised in an ultra-conservative Southern Baptist town with only one road in or out, I was pretty ...

      Chapter One: The Flood

      A travel blog entry by richardvaughn on Jun 11, 2013

      8 photos

      ... in almost every culture and in many religions. The flood is always used to represent both destruction and cleansing. The Uridu Genesis is the earliest known Sumerian creation story, and it details the perils of a great flood that wipes out humankind. In this Babylonian-era text, the water god Enki warns Atra-hasis (Zi-ud-sura in some accounts) of the impending floodwaters, instructing him to fashion an ark that can be used to save himself ...

      Slow Day Today

      A travel blog entry by lyndsay57 on Feb 19, 2013


      I had thought about going to Washington on the train today. There was. 9.00 am train for $16 but a couple of late Skype calls and messages meant sleep didn't come till after 2 am so I reset the alarm from 6.30 to 8.00. Very weary when it went off but after a shower thought "why not". Trains are every half hour or so, so no problems TILL I looked out the window - raining! Oh well, body is saying ...