Red Roof PLUS+ Washington DC - Manassas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Roof PLUS+ Washington DC - Manassas
We needed a cheap hotel and this was definitely one of those! It was a little unnerving to be able to hear your neighbors, and the ice machine on the main floor did kind of explode and spill ice EVERYWHERE, but the place seemed clean and the staff was super nice.
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Today we drove into DC. Phew!!! We were pretty much in awe of all of the buildings, monuments and busy people all dressed up in the heat.
We found a place to park and walked to the National Air and Space Museum. For some reason this is the one place Mike seemed to want to see. We were both pretty amazed!
There are planes and rockets and missiles and all kinds of stuff in here. We expected most of it, ...
... Who knows what they would have charged me with…
So, I shoved everything in my pockets into my backpack and hoped they wouldn’t notice one harmless little pocket knife among all of the other stuff I had in there.
I got lucky with the bag search, but when I went through the metal detector, the guard stopped me and asked me what I had in my pocket. Of course, I hadn’t taken my wallet out of my interior pocket when ...
... interesting debate on guns.... The presenter (pro guns) actually said this at one stage 'If we have gun free zones then we might as well put a sign up to let any Jihadist or other nut know they can kill people freely'' Unbelievable.
Left Manassas and headed south, weather was really sunny and some 45 miles later I arrived in Fredericksburg crossing the Rappahannock and Rapidan rivers. Definitely in the South ...
... it up once more....again...and again....and again! At the Air and Space museum we see the space shuttle Discovery that's been up to space over 39 times and the plane responsible for dropping the atom bomb, the Enola Gay.
We make a return trip to Baltimore to visit the National Aquarium and yet again I am thwarted by the giant sloth's ability to camouflage itself. Yes I know sloths are not normally found at aquariums but this one had 5! And I still saw none! On ...
This is a travel day.. Hated to leave lovely Lancaster County and the Amish way of life but time to move on and it is suppose to be 90 today with a humidex over 100 so the allure of a pool in DC is too much to resist!.
Before we leave we get our oil changed (yes that is now twice this trip) at a wonderful shop in little Intercourse! It is extremely clean and professional and they do a better job than the ...