Super 8 Camp Springs / Andrews AFB DC Area

Address: 5151 B Allentown Road, Camp Springs, Maryland, 20746, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 5151 B Allentown Road, Camp Springs, is near Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, Surratt House Museum, and Freedom Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Camp Springs

    Exploring Washington

    A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... Place was pretty packed with tourists all trying to take selfies with themselves and Lincoln. Also saw the Vietnam memorial where all 53,000 US casualties were engraved on a black granite wall. Found 3 people with the name George Adams in the directory book of names on the wall. Tagged onto the back of people's tour groups to hear a bit of history for each sight. Also saw the Korean War memorial, the Martin Luther king ...

    3 days in DC - Day1

    A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jun 16, 2014

    ... somewhat like Canberra, especially riding into it on the railroad where endless blocks of identical red brick buildings replace the endless tract housing developments of American suburbia. The subway stations have names like Friendship Heights, Court House, Judiciary, Capitol South, Federal Triangle, Pentagon, Pentagon City, Smithsonian and the road names are really confusing with 1st St , 2nd St etc upwards running one direction and C St, D St in the other direction. But ...

    National Maul

    A travel blog entry by ianjordan on May 27, 2014

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    We walked down to the closest metro station, by closest I mean the least furtherest. It was quite a hike and it traversed some rather dirty country. The footpath came and went, and litter was piled up along the road. This was a bit discouraging. We made it to the station with the assistance of some very young boys who were walking with their mother. "just follow us" they said. When we arrived, Sam gave ...

    Solo Travel: An Old, But New IN Thing

    A travel blog entry by browngaltrekker on Mar 05, 2014

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    ... the online social networks to contend with. If we have any fear of loneliness or insecurities about ourselves, solo traveling is the means for us to face both.

    When on our own we fly out to a city or hike up mountains, the anonymity of our existence increases and we are left to our own devices to endure the feeling of aloneness. In that predicament, we are left with two options, either we wither and ...

    Sightseeing during Washington closedown

    A travel blog entry by traveleasy on Oct 03, 2013

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    Went to US Capitol building and cavorted on the lawn, posing for photos. Everything was being done to split second timing to fit everything in. From there to the Lincoln Memorial (from a distance because it was closed) and in the park nearby was a memorial to the soldiers in VietNam, the women who were in the VietNam war and another one for the Korean War. The VietNam war memorial was under the ground to represent the dead and was a ...