Residence Inn Columbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... are not our friends. Unfortunately in cities that’s mostly what they have. As expected there was no traffic and we got into the city and parked really quick. The whole day was threatening rain and every once in awhile we got a few sprinkles on us but it managed to hold off which was very helpful considering we spent the next 4 hours walking around the National Mall. The first thing we spotted was the Capitol Building. Usually it is pretty beautiful but the whole dome part ...
... Complex, which is made up of five buildings that house offices, apartments and a hotel. Considered one of Washington's most desirable living spaces, the Watergate has been popular with members of Congress and political appointees since it opened during the late 1960s to early 1970s. Well known residents include Condoleeza Rice, Monica Lewinsky, Placido Domingo and Elizabeth Taylor. In 1972, the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, on the ...
... different groups and each group is in charge of a different aspect. Like the Education Committee might want more time for learning or the nutrition committee might want more time for lunch. Collectively you all have to come together to compromise on a plan that will work. Once you do that, you send your plan over to the Congress, which is a different group of students. They have to like the bill you passed but if they don't they ...
... home and something must have gone wrong...I hadn't checked. The Garmin will remain packed in the suitcase and we'll have to rely only on those fold up mazes of paper. The ladies finally figured out where we were, so we maneuvered our way back into traffic again. We eventually managed to cross the Potomac, but it was now dark. Things don't always look the same in the dark. We managed to get off the freeway, and Tracey and Graeme just remembered a couple of hotels that were close ...