Northeast Garden Inn
Travel Blogs from Laurel
... see the Capitol building, the national mall, the museum of American-Indians and the Washington monument. After walking about 11 miles each, our legs and feet officially hate us (and we sympathise with Eddie Izzard a bit more). But it was a glorious day (not dampened at all by Jeff forgetting his wallet, resulting in an hour-round trip to the apartment and back). Plus we've worked out how to reduce the 45 minute walk to 20 minutes, ...
We walked from the hotel to Ted's Montana Grill, where we had a nice meal---bison pot roast for John and roast chicken for Anne---and pleasant conversation. It was a full day and Thursday promised more of the ...
... and egg sandwich and an ice coffee to try and sort the hangover out. Bloody coffee was black, bitter and just like a normal black coffee but cold. Awful.
I arrived back at the Verizon Arena as the sea of red was washing its way down the surrounding streets. There was nobody not wearing their teams colours. Actually there was one person, some drop-kick from New Zealand. But not for long.
There were a few Rangers fans amongst the ...
... Christmas tree in the window. How very festive. Waitress thought we were admiring her tree and came out to proudly claim she had decorated it herself. We went for dinner elsewhere. Headed back to DuPont circle for a couple of drinks and then found a suitably oversized Pizza which was to become both our dinner, midnight snack and late breakfast the next day. Mmmm. We both loved Washington but very ...
... deck was closed due to the incoming storm, but we had a look at the exhibits including electricity, aviation and sports science. There was a huge steam train in the basement and apparently they had to dismantle the stone wall in 1930 just to get it inside! Steffie was particularly impressed by being able to walk through a giant model of the human heart.
The clouds turned to rain so we rushed back to the car to grab our laptops and head to Starbucks to find out what ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed