Sleep Inn & Suites Upper Marlboro
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
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... selfie-stick that allows you to hold your phone out two feet from your face for a better angle. Social Media has run amok. I re-read the Gettysburg Address: every time i do I am struck again by the profoundly powerful writing.
We headed back toward the hotel in Chinatown, taking a leisurely route that took us past the Korean War Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial, and the edge of the tidal ...
... city was interesting..... but you would think if they were planning the city so thoroughly they could've planned to name each street a different name??
The Library of Congress was amazing! Such an opulent beautiful building. Very cool to think Michelle's book is in there somewhere! We briefly saw Jeffersons original library that he donated to re start the collection after the books had been burned in war. We also ...
... who told us to go to bens chilli bowl for a real Washington experience, it was a good 45 minute hike up hill to find this place but hooolllllyyyyyy JAAYYYSSSUUSS it was freakin ahhmazing!! Well worth the hike, we got chilli cheese fries, basically fries with cheese and chilli on top, probs the greatest thing ever!! After we had to walk around a bit more to work of the chilli so we wondered down to china town, not very chinesey at all really but we ended up pretty ...
... political types, and two former US Presidents.
One of these is of course John F. Kennedy. We stood by his grave for a moment then followed the avenue holding the graves of his brothers Bobby, Teddy and the less well known Joseph, who was killed in WW2.
As we walked down to the grave of the unknown soldier, we were fortunate enough to have our way blocked by a military funeral making its way to its final destination. When I say fortunate, I don't mean that it was ...
Our final city of the trip, and what better place to end it than the capital of the United States? We took the Megabus to Washington DC and were amazed to learn that our hosts Katie and Joe live just two blocks from the beautiful Capitol building.
As West Wing fans, it's strange walking round the city; every time we saw someone in a suit, we wanted to ask them, "Are ...