Northeast Garden Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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First day on the Big Bus hop on hop off bus tour. Did the yellow line though Georgetown and stopped at The American History Museum and looked around and had lunch here. Really enjoyed the First Lady exhibit, vehicles through time. Then caught the red Line and saw heaps of landmarks ...
... The Argentines won through on penalties leaving us barracking for Germany in the final.
After the soccer we walked down through central Atlanta and checked out the Olympic Park. Must have been free shower day as every parent in the city had bought their kid down to get a wash. We were very tempted to join in but were too afraid we’d ...
... and ultimately lost.
I didn't have tons of time to explore the stadium but it is another one that makes the game the focus of the experience rather than the features of the stadium. There was a large plaza in right field where we watched the soccer that had three statues sculpted to show motion by having multiple arms or bats in an arc. The Nationals do a nice job of honoring former incarnations of their club. They have ...
When I found out that I am going to be traveling for a much greater amount of time this year as compared to the prior years, I was simply ecstatic. Frantically, a number of countries popped in my head as to where to venture out to next. And then, naturally, I started writing up an itinerary focusing on maximizing all the places I'm able to see with the limited amount of time I have because the truth is moments like ...
Today Andrew visited Mt Vernon, the home of George Washington. The manor has been greatly restored and guided tours are provided, but no photography is allowed in the Manor so i don't have any to show. It was a impressive but not grandiose like one would find in Europe. Apart from a tour of the house, the grounds can be explored and they have lots of interesting information on the displays are available Of interest were the slave quarters, the out door kitchen ...