Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Columbia / Fort Meade
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... flight technology through the years. It was also good to see the planes that the Wright brothers made. Hard to believe it was only 60 odd years from their first flight to the first 747 jumbo jet. After a brief rest at our hotel, we headed out to the baseball. Washington Capitals vs San Francisco Giants. So much razzamatazz. Between each innings there is something to do, watch, listen to, sing, play, dance. Must be because the game itself is pretty boring and innings over ...
... up (Mark had his second shower of a record three showers today, excluding rain showers, it must be a special day!!!). Then we headed into Chinatown, getting drenched again on the way, where we met up with chad (Alex' friend from UVA) and the Kapur family (Rohan is a friend of Mark's from FIS who has just moved from bad soden to The Washington area). We spent a very ...
... A trip to an
old Lunatic Asylum as it was known in its day and used during the Civil War as
a hospital. They went above and beyond
to make our visit so memorable.
We were now
heading towards Washington DC, the Capitol of the USA and the venue of so many
things to see and do. The White House,
Smithsonian Museums, Lincoln Memorial, Arlington Cemetery and the equivalent to
our Parliament House, the Capital Building.
We had ...
... still be jet lagged) and decide to come back to our apartment to rest before dinner. We woke up in time to find we had missed dinner but would make it for breakfast. Sunday Forecast is fine but breezy so Big Bus tour it is. We can sure pick our days. Today is the St. Patrick's Day parade and the main roads in Washington are closed. As you all know I usually don't feel the cold but sitting on the top deck with a wind chill factor of zero I was glad I had my 4 layers of clothing (the ...
Although this sandwich was what I originally wanted to try, I opted not to when I got there because it is an $18.00 sandwich and only served whole. I am trying to stick to a $10.00 budget for lunch. The rest of the menu items may be cut in half and are half the price- the portions are VERY generous. For that reason, I decided to get one of their other specialties, 'Pop's Beef Brisket'.