Travelodge Silver Spring
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... D. in her life. He would call and take her to the movies, or somewhere else, but she was disappointed when he didn't show up alone. He showed up with Frances, my mother. If only he had let her know he wouldn't be alone, it would have been better. Did Frances feel the same way? Did Charlie tell her he was picking up his daughter to take her with them to the movies or just surprise her? I'll never know. But it is ...
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Marcy is doing great and loves Hotlanta. She is looking forward to a summer in Georgia working for the CDC and getting to Atlantic Ocean beaches and maybe the OBX. I am expecting from her a short dissertation on the statistical variability of the strengths, weaknesses and differences in Carolina Barbecue, which I hear is also kosher.
Off to NC. We climb out of Atlanta traffic and Georgia, skip SC entirely and head to Asheville. The climb up and into ...
... my dad as much as I did. The American History Museum sure takes you back. The old trains, cars and even the 1st camper. Saw the flag that inspired the Star-Spangled banner (1814) but no photo allowed.
Toured the National Archives. Saw the Declaration of Independence (1776), The United States Constitution (1787), The Bill Of Rights (1789), and the Faulkner Murals. The Magna Carta (1297) was ...
... fare between here and there, let us know. I'm not saying that we will drive 200 miles out of our way to see the worlds largest rubber band ball, but we do have an open mind and I'm not running for office.
In December and January we will be at Posada Concepcion, a small community of expats, locals and snowbirds on Bahia Concepcion. The bay is a long finger on the Sea of Cortez that opens at the north. The bay ...