Rodeway Inn near Potomac Mills
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... the purple and teal right now).
I chatted with them for a bit, and they pointed me in the right direction as I was once again going the wrong direction.
When I finally made it to the Air and Space Museum, I realized that they had closed early. Not
knowing what to do next, I ended up sitting outside of the museum for about thirty minutes trying to decide whether I should just go back to the hotel (and skip dinner again), or attempt ...
This morning was another early morning as we headed off at 6am to catch the Amtrak train from Penn Station, NYC to Union Station, Washington DC. The train journey took 3 hours and was really enjoyable. It was interesting to see the many types of landscapes and towns we passed through on the way. When we arrived in Washington, we purchased a hop on hop off bus ticket and took off to see Washington. It's amazing how many government buildings there are. ...
... Henry grew increasingly
frantic. It was time to pull into an oasis, but no campgrounds or even motels
presented themselves - until, it was now pitchdark - Mrs Henry spotted, just
outside Phillidelphia, a place called the Highland Motel.
We turned off the I95 with screeching tyres and miraculously
(“Tight right, wide left!”) reached the Highland Motel.
“It looks like Norman Bates lives here”, commented Mrs
... the museum. Very well done.
It was just past 11:00 am when I headed for my next Presidential gravesite. It was only 30 miles away, but it was all two-lane. Winding, up and down, but beautiful. I was heading to the little town of Orange, Virginia to the home and gravesite of the man who followed Jefferson to the Presidency, James Madison. I stopped at the local Madison Museum and you would have thought I made the lady's week! For $5 I ...
After 8 months in Washington, we are preparing to move to Beijing for a 2 year assignment. Washington is an interesting place to live if you don't have to make a living, as most of our public officials can testify.
You would never know there was a recession judging by Washington’s economy. Isn’t that irritating? Still many new apartment buildings going up, especially around the Metro stops in Virginia and Maryland. ...