Residence Inn Columbia
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I ventured a few miles from Catonsville this morning, driving down Frederick Road to historic Ellicott City to practice snapping some shots of the picturesque village. As I was fumbling with the f-stops and shutter speed, I saw John as he was strolling down a brick walkway. In one ...
... the displays felt a little sparse for a national museum.
I made short stops at the Hirschhorn Museum, Smithsonian Castle, Museum of African Art, and Sackler Museum of Asian Art, all of which I visited before, and steered clear of the incredibly popular Air and Space Museum, with a long line of people waiting outside in the rain just to get through bag check. That suggests a level of crowding and number of screaming children my nerves can't ...
After packing up this morning we headed over to Shawn and Anika's surgery to have a look around and say some last goodbyes before heading to the airport. Lauren shed a few tears but hopefully they'll be another family reunion for her back in the UK next year. Once we got to the airport unfortunately our flight was delayed by an hour due to a typical Florida thunderstorm. It was only a 2 hour flight to Washington though and we were ...
... we were staring out at the Reflection pool and the Washington Monument. Sadly, due to the weather, the Reflection pool had been drained. Only a small puddle of water remained. Enough for the birds to play in and to visualise a shimmer of the Washington Monument to be mirrored back at us.
The decision to walk the length of the Reflection pool was made. Our only concern was whether Zoe would make the walk or need to be carried. With a $20.00 prize incentive to get to ...
... day in the city was met with drizzle and a chilly 16 degrees – it was like we had just driven directly into winter. After donning our raincoats, shorts, and jandals we set-off to explore the Arlington cemetery - the resting place for more than 400,000 US soldiers as well as the Kennedy’s. As the rain continued to pour down on us, we waited patiently at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to witness the changing of the guard, followed by visits to a ...