Ramada Limited College Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the sharpest knife in the drawer.
It’s really funny about lima beans. Just the name sounds weird, like something you’d get from a tick. (Wait. That’s Lyme disease. Never mind.)
Those of you who know anything about me probably know that I’m a very special kind of vegetarian: I eat only herbivores. I’ve never met a vegetable I could call friend, but I do have some acquaintances that I tolerate, ...
... airmen who died in the Vietnam War. I had a friend who was killed in that war, Gary Silver. I found his name on panel West 8, line 40.
Commissioned by President Clinton in 1993 and opened to the public in 2004, the World War II Memorial pays tribute to the men and women who fought and supported the war effort, and to the 400,000+ American military men and women who gave ...
... today, and maybe not tomorrow. We’re both pooped. Tomorrow will be a day of R and R, then, Tuesday, we’ll do the town up right. Watch out everybody. Just like Jimmy Stewart, Mr. M. goes to Washington!
Okay, even I thought that was lame. I really am ...
... and put it in our carry on and recheck our bags. So we had to open our suitcases and decide what we needed. Luckily I had a ziplock bag to put toothpaste and deodorant in. So we rechecked our bags, walked through customs, and found Gate C20 with a very long line of people waiting for hotel and meal information. It didn’t appear that the line was moving quickly, so Derek and I sat down to wait. Larry got in line. Derek started ...
... walked around the front of it but got there just as they were closing it off so some reason. They stopped all cars entering/exiting that location too. We aren't sure what was going on but it may have just been a standard shift change or something. We will have to go back another day to have a look. From there we headed over to the National Museum of Crime ...