Gaithersburg Marriott Washingtonian Center
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After leaving Philadelphia we traveled to Washington DC for an overnight stay.
... last journal entry of our Washington DC trip – other guests are coming in now and I’m getting distracted! The Embassy Circle Guest house feels so comfortable – so friendly, like old friends. When we make it back to Washington, DC, we’ll be back staying here!
Okay, our taxi has arrived and I’m signing out.
Just a great trip to our nation’s ...
... that interconnected with other buildings in the general vicinity. Some were obvious, like the senate and assembly office buildings were attached underground to the capitol, but so was the Supreme Court, or the White House as well. One could never see the light of day and could conceivably walk from one side of DC to the other. I couldnt name all the buildings or monuments we passed but we tried to get them all in on Wednesday. So ...
Today we got around in a few taxis to see some of the memorials. First stop, the Lincoln Memorial was most impressive but it's a shame that the Reflecting Pool was drained and closed for renovation. Next we caught a taxi across the Potomac to Virginia and the Arlington National Cemetery where we saw JFK's and his family's graves. After that ...
Taking a big step back from the scene in New York, traveled to Maryland for a few days to see Eva, my former roommate and longtime friend now.
It's a 4 1/2-hour bus ride from Penn station, getting me there in time for dinner and a spontaneous trip to one of the area's bars, despite it being a Monday night - Eva mentioned her own late frustration in not having anyone to out out with.
The end result? Karaoke, of course! (...totally ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Clean, modern hotel with large rooms and all of the mod cons.
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