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Travel Blogs from Linthicum
... Another recommended restaurant very hippy, and sort of up-market Fremantle vibe. Loved it. Again, staff fascinated by us and our story. All ate well. Home to hotel for relatively early night. Snow predicted so will try to do open air stuff tomorrow before next bout of weather.
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... food was lovely but the music and decor was scary. They had "Cowgirls" on the door to the ladies room. Everyone was very nice. I can't remember where it was - some little country place in Pennsylvania I think. After that our trip became difficult. Traffic jams on the freeway for no apparent reason. Toll booths costing more than "gas". When we approached Washington DC we were in 5 lanes of heavy traffic and our sat nav was as slow to respond as ...
... displayed on stands.. at that moment it did not matter who created them - it was so wonderful and as I watched the shadows move it reminded me when I was in New Zealand and standing on the northern most tip of the island looking at the meeting of the Pacific Ocean with the Tasman Sea - the same kind of movement and merging was taking place and I think it was the first time I was really able to see and feel a direct relationship between art and nature. I ...
... appearance on the way to the stadium. After about 10 minutes (this time driving through my favourite area of DC) I was dropped off and made my way up to the Ballpark walking past the usual group of people selling softies, sweets and peanuts and then the other people trying to scalp tickets (American for ticket touts). Once inside I decided to find out where my seat was and found out that I was along the 3rd base line on the second row. I was slightly disappointed to see ...
... effects of war. The exhibition has various types of things on show such as weapons, medals, uniforms as well as a Willys jeep from WWII and a fully restored Huey UH-1H Helicopter from the Vietnam war.
After everything I'd seen so far, and having walked down the majority of the National Mall, I decided to check out the Washington Monument. Unfortunately, due to an earthquake in 2011 the entire monument was covered up with scaffolding due to the repair. It ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet