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

Coloring = Calm

A travel blog entry by adamel on Jun 02, 2015

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... brains don't perceive it as "just a test," as so many adults tell them - their brains perceive danger, a threat to their livelihood, and once again begin making up potential consequences to the potential threat. Humans go into Fight or Flight on instinct, usually without even realizing it, and since in today's society we are constantly bombarded with little "stressors" that don't actually present any a real threat to our safety, our brains can go in ...

PHOTOS ADDED DC In A Day Tour

A travel blog entry by bhogg96 on Apr 10, 2015

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... Another ambulance had to come and take that person on the stretcher so there were 3 more ambos pull up and police cars to watch. We think it was the guard on that ambulance. It was on the news live all night so it was some excitement to watch to fill in the night.
It seems Washington is very proud of its city and history. It has monuments everywhere like Martin Luther King Jnr which is a huge monument, Roosevelt etc.
It was a good tour and we saw so much of Washington.

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Newseum, my favorite museum

A travel blog entry by victoriasouza on Jan 20, 2015

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... we entered, and the staff was very friendly. They gave us a tour guide (booklet) which had a very nice map of every floor in it. There are six floors total, and the best way to make your way through the museum is to start on floor six and work your way down. Every floor contains 2-3 different exhibits, and some of them are always changing. My favorite exhibits were: the 9/11 exhibit, the presidents and their dogs exhibit, and the exhibit ...

The Capitol City

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 31, 2014

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... are not our friends. Unfortunately in cities that’s mostly what they have. As expected there was no traffic and we got into the city and parked really quick. The whole day was threatening rain and every once in awhile we got a few sprinkles on us but it managed to hold off which was very helpful considering we spent the next 4 hours walking around the National Mall. The first thing we spotted was the Capitol Building. Usually it is pretty beautiful but the whole dome part ...

DAY 22 - WASHINGTON DC

A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 22, 2014

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... museum. There was lots of exhibits in the museum, although none older than 250 years old. There was lots about the war of independence and the war of 1812, including a sunk gunboat that was found close to where we went walking at Lake Champlain two weeks ago. We headed out and went down The National Mall to The National Archives. This was a really interesting place where they kept some really important documents on ...