Red Roof Inn Washington, DC - Laurel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We passed through Washington, D.C., on our way from Dave's to visit our friend P.J. in Great Falls. We just stopped long enough to discuss and get a few pictures of a few historic sites.
I don't know whether I've mentioned this before, but we had decided some time ago to make this an explicitly foreign-focused trip. While we've had to spend a huge amount of time in the country ...
... I was so out of commission, but C'est la vie. Sunday was windy but we got to see a lot on our three different loops, including Arlington. Monday morning we had time to walk to a couple of Smithsonians as I was feeling a bit better and our train didn't leave until 2:30. All in all it wasn't the visit I had imagined, because of the illness, it was still good. And we have been so blessed with weather and all other things that have worked so ...
... choosing Starbucks! The coffee was drinkable but the food defies description! Suffice it to say that I will starve before I go back again!
We drove into Philadelphia and parked by the magnificent Museum building where the Rocky steps are. We all "ran" up them and had a good stretch of the legs all around the lovely grounds. We drove in to the centre to look at the Liberty Bell - that was an underwhelming experience. It is inside a glass building with lines ...
... Whatever happened to common sense???? Flew out the window somewhere big time.
So to Barbara Kruger who made a place for herself in the gender and inequality politics that surrounded the feminist movement and joined the ranks of artists challenging the methods of mass media in the 1980s. Stretched across 6,700 square feet in vinyl panels all over the floor and walls, Kruger’s immersive environment, entitled “Belief+Doubt,” is a ...
... side is meetings with the First Lady. From here we could see the Washington monument building, however the base of it is currently under maintenance from the 2011 earthquake. Our next stop was the Lincoln memorial, this was quite a bit further away but was amazing to see, it was huge and normally overlooks the reflection pool and the Washington monument however it was drained at this time. The next stop was the Arlington ...