Residence Inn Gaithersburg Washingtonian Center
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... stall and there was $hit every where! On the seat on the floor. Aunty saw that the next stall was exactly the same and we walked out feeling sick. She must have had a bad accident. We saw her later that day and she was a homeless woman living in the area.
We walked around Inner Harbour. It was a nice day so lots of people were out and about. There were colourful characters who were there for the Bromy convention. For those who don't know, Bromy are guys who are into My Little ...
... of the city, so we spent the night chilling out and chatting to locals in a heated pool and ridiculously hot jacuzzi overlooking Capitol Hill. Some of the locals were drinking out of red cups, it was just like the movies!
A fairly slow start to the day saw us up and out the hostel by about half 10. ...
... to that all night, wondering if the leaky tiles were going to collapse, she also got the melody of the tumble dryers in the next room going all night. The room was hot and loud at night, after the mood we’d arrived in this was just what we needed.
Hating the room and desperate to get into one of the four showers before the other 100 guests we were up early the next day. We did get pancakes which were pretty good and the guy who cooked them for us, actually really ...
... week. We then continued our walk past the Washington memorial and all the closed museums to Capitol Hill. After a long day of walking, we finished the evening off at Andrew & Liz Maxted’s, where we met their new arrival Will and had a great time catching up over a BBQ dinner and a few coldies.
Whilst D.C. was largely closed, we still had a wonderful time with great company and will be forever grateful for the hospitality that we received during our ...
... the reflecting pool across from it. Seeing that memorial lit up was by far the best to see. I walked up the steps and stood at the spot Martin Luther King Jr made his "I have a dream" speech in 1963 which was just incredible to stand at and know how important this actual spot is.
After the Lincoln memorial, I walked around a little longer, as did many people which was surprising to me, and then caught the taxi back to the hotel at about 10.30pm. I ...