Red Roof Inn Washington DC - Columbia / Fort Meade
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Hayes would win the electoral college by one vote. Accusations flew, and Democrats argued that the Republicans had cheated. Eventually, a compromise was made: if a railroad was built through Texas, and federal troops removed from Confederate states, Democrats would allow Hayes to begin his presidency. The Bargain of 1877 eradicated any chance that Reconstruction would ever ...
... it for an old teacher you see later in the day - the irony will make everyone happy.
#2.:"[Insert teacher name], you're so hot/sexy."
I'm sad to admit that I've gotten this from students AND parents at least once every year of my career. I've also gotten critiques of my ass, stomach, and legs, sometimes in front of classes, sometimes in crowded hallways, sometimes in private. Every time I hear this or anything like it it makes ...
... we stopped at in the elevator seemed to have a group of teenage girls waiting to get on, hence the quote at the start. We soon found out why. One Direction are performing tonight in Washington and the city is full of fans! What fun! We thought it would be a good idea to go out for dinner during the concert - after all, everyone will be in the stadium, right? Wrong! The average One Direction fan is too young to drive, so yes the kids are ...
... we started at the Lincoln Memorial. The Lincoln Memorial was built to honour Abraham Lincoln, 16th President co the United States, who led the country through the Civil War which led to the abolition of slavery. The memorial is built of white marble and looks like a Greek temple. Inside there is a large statue of Abe. Steep steps lead up from a reflecting pool below. It was on these steps that Martin Luther King Jr delivered his 'I ...
... That was pretty cool. We also got to see a senator and 3 high ranking military command officers put a wreath on the tomb. That was an interesting addition. We headed back to our hotel for a nap and some food. Tomorrow we go to the State Dept. and tour the Diplomatic Reception rooms. These rooms are used for State Dept. ceremonies, signings, and for visiting dignitaries. ...