Residence Inn Greenbelt
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... 8211; Stockholm (one of the most boring hostels). So without an adults area (ie a bar), a common room full of children and a breakfast hall so noisy one quickly ate and left, it was difficult to meet fellow travellers. After a similarly non-social hostel in Boston I am looking forward to meeting up with Daniel in NYC.
A further complaint about these school groups. The hostel seems incapable of organising the rooms around them. I ...
... William from spending an hour here (I had to drag him out at the end - he loves war stuff!)
While Will was immersed in war, I raced through so I could see something way more interesting - the collection of First Lady dresses. I had a great time here checking out all kinds of beautiful gowns through the years. At least they were REAL dresses and not just a bunch of photos of dresses.
We cut our visit short as we had to get back to the children and check out of the ...
... I especially liked the Cocoa Plant. I had not seen that before. The thousand bloom chrysanthemum was seven feet wide and takes 12 months to grow and can only be seen in a few places in North America. All the blooms are from one plant. It was gorgeous. The Smithsonian Air & Space Museum took us from The Wright Brothers all the way through the Apollo Mission. ...
... The skyline of Chicago can be seen in the distance sprouting from the water. We finally settled on a site at Joliet called The Hollywood Casino. The RV site is separate from the Casino but we have the facilities to catch up on washing etc. Enjoying the sunshine here, beautiful blue sky and using it as a rest break from the travelling. We leave tomorrow (Tuesday) on the Route 66 ...
... was an area dedicated to the Arts of War. This impressed both myself and JC more than anything else. It had statues of Soldiers walking through a type of box plant resembling a field, which made it so life like, eerie and ghostly may describe it. On the day we were there a lot of the old Soldiers were visiting wearing their ceremonial jackets and medals. We then went on to visit the White House but couldn't get too close. Our final destination was Capital Hill with the ...