Ramada Limited College Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Yesterday we went to the National Air & Space Museum. Buzz Aldrin was there doing a Q&A and book signing. How exciting is that!! Not surprising this was our favorite museum so far. Besides seeing a real astronaut, we saw the real Wright Brother's plane, the Voyager plane that we saw first hand in Mojave right after ...
... fast and was a block away on the next street. The only stop we made was the White House, we walked to the south side and then the north side. It was actually smaller than I thought it would be. There is so much that we want to see, can't wait until we come back to really tour the city. It seems like it will be really easy to get around on public transportation.
... about the attempted extermination of Jews during WW II. The museum does not hold anything back, and the displays are somber, sobering, and at times very graphic. This was not a place to experience warm and fuzzy feelings, but it is a story that needs to be heard again at times to avoid repetition.
As a small indication of the emotions that run very high at a place like this, when we were done Tammy asked ...
... saw everything from mammals, to reptiles, to dinosaurs, to sea life. The smithsonian was so big that we stayed for three hours until it closed and still weren't able to see everything. We both agreed that we will have to make another trip to DC in the future. Today we are heading to Ocean City, MD which is the city where highway 50 ends on the east coast, then we are heading to Gettysburg for the ...
... managed to see most of the sights. I’ll try and give a very brief description of all the sights we managed to see. We started off at the Capitol, walked down towards the Mall towards the Washington Monument, saw the Jefferson Memorial, DC War Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial all in one fell swoop. We then caught the subway to Arlington Cemetery where we visited JFK’s grave and saw the changing of the guards. The Arlington Cemetery was ...