Red Roof Inn Washington, DC - Laurel

12525 Laurel Bowie Road, Laurel, Maryland, 20708, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 12525 Laurel Bowie Road, Laurel, is near National Cryptologic Museum, Greenbelt National Park, National Capital Greenbelt, and National Wildlife Visitor Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Laurel

    What happens when 37 teens have your number?!?

    A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on May 05, 2014

    7 comments, 70 photos

    ... to travel to Vietnam for 4 and a half weeks a couple of years ago and I was able to see and learn so much about this war and the people who fought on both sides of it. The memorial was very abstract and powerful. Nicolette and Jazmine said a little prayer at each, and my Nicky and Jack read my emotions perfectly, and gave me hugs at just the right moment. (Of course making me fall to pieces...)

    All the kids were so respectful ...

    Trains, Trains, and Pizza

    A travel blog entry by gsnenytravel on Apr 14, 2014

    ... br> Today we took an 8 hour train ride, I think. We had to jump from one train to the other. Then we had to jump on the Metro to get to our Hostel. It was funny when Lauren, Laura and Katie ran up the stairs but it was 8 floors. That was because we got the wrong key. Then we walked around and got pizza for dinner. It was good.

    I like Fizze it was good.

    First day of trip. The girls handled the train ...

    Green house! Continued

    A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Nov 05, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... happen tomorrow. They are digging the footings for the deck. They completely exposed the mosquito farm, aka the field drain, aka the toilet, in the back yard. Thank god it is iron and not clay. Not sure what they will do with it - I wish it could disappear forever. Gustavo and Julio hung one of the old doors on the pocket door track in the guest bathroom, and it looks great! Hopefully by next week we will see lots more exciting ...

    America's capital

    A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Jul 31, 2013

    68 photos

    After getting settled in at our 'shoe free' hostel on H Street NE, we headed off to Dupont Circle. We watched a sweaty salsa lesson on the circle for a few minutes before going in search of a bar for a bite to eat and a few beers. We ended up being classy at a bar with $2 PBR tall cans and $3 philly cheese steak (Fi's first). The following morning we decided to hire bikes as we only had one day to fit in the hundreds of monuments and museums DC has to offer. First off we headed to the ...

    An Art Nerd's Dream Come True

    A travel blog entry by simaetha on May 08, 2013

    ... a gallery, my eyes were instantly drawn to his pieces. He was so good at portraying symbolism, emotion, and character. I also loved Millais' art and they featured his painting of Ophelia. There were also some Rossetti pieces that I was very happy to see on display. My other favorite artist was Edward Burne Jones. So many wonderful paintings! I'm so happy to have had the chance to see them.

    There wasn't much else eventful today other than getting lost a few times on the highway ...