Sleep Inn Jessup

Address: 8145 Washington Blvd, Jessup, Maryland, 20794, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 8145 Washington Blvd, Jessup, is near Medieval Times Maryland Castle, Arundel Mills, National Cryptologic Museum, and Earth Treks Climbing Center.
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Travel Blogs from Jessup

Independence Day

A travel blog entry by km66182 on Jul 04, 2015

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... long time until it came to where we were. It went on for about two hours, until we realised that there was another hour left of the parade so we decided to leave as we had seen enough. When we got to the metro, a train had just left, this might not be important at the time as the trains come every five minutes but it definitely was. As soon as it left, the clock on the board to say how many more minutes until the next train comes had stopped. Something must ...

Washington Monuments

A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 05, 2015

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... that is 169 metres high. I was hoping to be able to go up but all the tickets had been allocated for the day. I was disappointed but then a very kind lady said go over to the man in blue who was in the queue. He had a spare ticket which he gave me and I was able to join the queue and very soon was right up at the top. It was amazing to see most of Washington from each side and I felt so blessed to have had that opportunity. Phillip was patiently waiting for me at the ...

Washington Day 5

A travel blog entry by slcusa2015 on Apr 09, 2015

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... docent, Jane, we began our tour outside the building by observing the various marble carvings of Shakespeare's most famous tragedies and the traditional English gardens. We then proceeded inside the building, which had been designed to mirror the exact architecture of the Elizabethan period. Jane then led us into the 16th century-designed theatre, with many of the original design features common in the Elizabethan period. This ...

Chapter 29 A Capitol Visit

A travel blog entry by romabeach on Apr 08, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... of Ronald Regan which is displayed stands on a base that was part of the Berlin Wall. A fitting tribute.

A part of the Capitol Building not seen by many people is a spot in the floor below and directly under the centre of the dome where George Washington was to be buried. It is marked with a star. On his death, his wife Martha had him buried at Mt Vernon and refused requests to have his remains transferred.

To say we
were privileged to ...

Day 2 exploring Washington DC

A travel blog entry by drudkin on Jan 06, 2015

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... they are now being courier end and should be at hotel by 18:30pm. Call from Bell Captain...bags have arrived..yippee, finally! A knock on the door, it's the Bell Captain, but with only 4 of our bags plus someone else's.....Emma is not impressed, her bag is still missing. All bags had been accessed by TSA and the locks broken on our two 20 year faithful of the wheels has also been damaged ..they will have to be replaced. I gave dinner a big miss so I could get the ...