Quality Inn & Suites Laurel

One 2nd Street, Washington DC, District of Columbia, Washington, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Laurel area of Washington DC, is near National Cryptologic Museum, Montpelier Mansion, Laurel Museum, and Cross Creek Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Washington DC

The 'Capitol'

A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 11, 2014

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... wandering the grounds with hugely intimidating guns took the shine off the sight a bit. It was interesting to see such a presence when Obama wasn't even there; I'd hate to think how many guards would have been outside the White House if he were.

We then walked up to the George Washington Memorial. This was perhaps my favourite spot in the city, (and not because I was standing under a 500ft penis). The Memorial stands as the focal point ...

1st stop: Washington, D.C.

A travel blog entry by vanessabadas on Jun 22, 2014

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... which was so cool cos we could see all around DC! Then we had to walk (according to google a ten min walk) for a million miles towards the Capitol building because they were closing off the building for a meeting ... Hoping that we would catch a glance of Obama we didn't mind. Alyssa had arranged for us to get a tour with one of her friends interns. So we had to go to a senators building to meet her, bearing in mind everyone is in suits and heels, converse and denim hot ...

Museum Day

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Jun 11, 2014

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Decided to go to the National Museum of American History. Looks like rain. By the way, Bus shelter 52 lady is still there talking to herself.

Spent the whole day at this museum. Very very good. These US *******s have packed a lot in in their time. Quite aggressive as they seem to have fought at 16 wars since independence. Very very busy in the museum.

Then ...

A big day in the capital

A travel blog entry by pamrich on May 16, 2014

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... features. As we had only one day we had booked a guided tour and we were met by our guide Eric, a young guy with extensive knowledge of the history of America and Washington in particular. He proved to be very informative, though by the end of the day, we had both had enough of his manner which was rather "know all" and arrogant. Having said that we saw many things and learned so much that would have been impossible without his assistance. He was supported by a driver, a lovely ...

Museums, Archives, Chinatown & Capital Hill

A travel blog entry by abarnes on Feb 25, 2014

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... Newseum, before we headed to Chinatown for lunch, we stopped by National Archives for a brief visit. Lunch in Chinatown was very nice. We ate at an authentic noodle place where we were served noodles swimming in delicious bowl of broth and vegetables, with nothing but chopsticks and a big spoon. I never quite mastered the technique and had broth and noodles all over my face, but it was a great experience and the flavors were yummy! I hope the Asian ...