Travelodge Silver Spring

Address: 8040 13th Street, Silver Spring, Maryland, 20910, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 8040 13th Street, Silver Spring, is near Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, National Museum of Health & Medicine, and Audubon Naturalist Society Woodend Sanctuary.
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    The Journey Begins...

    A travel blog entry by mightym00se on Mar 15, 2015

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    Heading back to SE Asia after a 7 year absence. Looking forward to getting back to the warm climate, the friendly people, spectacular sights and relaxing beaches.

    Metro to DCA as usual to catch my positioning flight at JFK.

    Delta 3705 (Endeavor Air) DCA-JFK. 1143-1259. CRJ-900. First Class, 2A.
    Another weird pricing deal with Delta, cheaper to buy the First Class ticket than to buy Economy and pay baggage fees.

    Washington - The Monumental City

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... space in center of the city between the Capitol, the White House, and the Potomac on which stand the Smithsonian Museums and the great national monuments. There are many new monuments on the Mall since I lived in DC more than twenty years ago and at least one new one, that for Martin Luther King, since my last short stop in town about seven years ago.

    As well as the King Monument the Franklin D. Roosevelt, WWII, and Korean War Monuments have all been added over the last ...

    Death by monument

    A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... children that they lost, one of which was never named. JFK's brothers are also buried nearby marked out by simple white crosses.

    Next stop was the Korean War Memorial which is really quite different from anything else that we had seen. It is made up of about twenty stone soldiers in grassland as if they were looking for the enemy. They face all different directions and the idea is that no matter where you ...

    Who are you?

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jun 14, 2014

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    ... Carlson's wife to be, Martha Ryder, was one of the nurses in the hospital tending to my mother. When speaking to my Aunt last year, I learned that Frances was a bit jealous of her new mother. Life repeats itself, doesn't it?

    Florence also told me that Charlie D. was a bit of gambler, which apparently kept her mother from having additional children with him. An exaggeration? I don't know. But I wasn't surprised to ...


    A travel blog entry by tyraneandsarah on Apr 04, 2014

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    ... invasions as evil, and says nothing of what the US may have done to antagonise Britain to burn down the White House. Tiz loved the dinosaur exhibits at the museum of natural history but was sad there was no velociraptor. There are tons of public service buildings around and they are incredibly detailed, ornate and massive. The Treasury, the Mint, the Department of Justice. All are impressive building and you would never see architecture on that scale in Australia. We also ...