SpringHill Suites Gaithersburg
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... locals seemed to know what to do so we followed their lead.
We were looking for somewhere to have dinner and seemed to be driving through residential streets. The streets were quite narrow just wide enough for 3 lanes - 1 for parking and one lane each way driving. The houses were very nice looking, most with garages and lovely big trees in the front yards and lining the street. Still mostly no front or side fences. The houses were quite close together ...
... some of the family straight away.
Day 2: today Uncle and Aunty take us to Baltimore. Automatically the song from Hairspray is in my head and I am bopping along to this soundtrack as we head over there.
We take a bathroom break when we get to the Inner Harbour and Aunty and I saw the most disgusting sight ever. Traumatising. I walk in and I thought I saw a lady naked from the waist down cleaning herself but I thought she was just wearing flesh coloured pants. Then I ...
... 9pm set out again for an evening stroll and a pizza and arugula salad just around the corner from Rustik and our Thai place on a small quiet sidestreet with a little raised timber deck with tables and 2 large rust-red shade umbrellas, all enclosed by a little timber wall/planter box full of sunflowers and other greenery creating a charming intimate atmosphere. Other patrons, all locals, included a young guy with a black Labradoodle and small ginger Poodle ...
... is a big lobby type area that's circle with a life size elephant standing in the middle. That was a sight to see in itself. We started wandering through the animal section of the museum and there's not really a word to describe it. It was truly mind blowing. So many different animals but what amazed me more than anything was the poses they had been put in to create the display. There were lions attacking deer and giraffes licking their lips and things like that. It ...
... made our way to the Crime & Punishment Museum. We ended up staying there about 4.5hrs! Was really interesting but then I am a bit morbid like that! There were exhibits looking at famous criminals throughout the ages, forms of torture, a CSI lab. We also got to see the studio where America's Most Wanted is filmed. In all it was an entertaining museum in which we got our money's worth for sure!!
On exiting the museum we went for a bit of a wander, we ...