TownePlace Suites Sterling Dulles North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... restaurant. The next morning, after packing up, we returned to Annapolis to do some more touring and then continued driving East until we arrived at Rehoboth Beach on the Atlantic.
Another friend of Jens, Nancy Cooney, lives in the area. Nancy was the first of six college students who stayed with Jens' family more than 50 years ago. Nancy came in 1957 and spent seven weeks there attending ...
Started early today to try to get a tour in the Capitol Hill building.
I was standing outside the hotel and started talking to a homeless woman sitting on a bench. I thought that she was down on hard times, then she told me that she was supposed to get $160,000 per month from the Government and she was ...
... br> The zoo was pretty cool but it was super cold, back to -5/10, and not all of the animals were outside. However on the way to the zoo I did see a BLACK squirrel! That is the squirrel trifecta! I've seen many grey ones, red ones in Russia and now a black one! Turns out back squirrels are the same species of squirrel as the grey ones, just a slightly different adaptations. There are also white squirrels but sadly did not see one. I did see a combo squirrel (Appleseed) ...
... history museum straight away. I love it! Managed to catch a free tour of the highlights of the museum so that was good. I like it better than the natural history museum in Washington. Would have loved to have spent more time in there but just didn't have the wiggle room. Back to the hotel for a quick break, spent about and 2 hours in the museum, then off to see The Lion King. I caught a taxi down to about 59th street but the traffic was that bad that I ended up getting out ...
... by the Germans and then stolen by their allies and used against them. For me this gave a bit of a sympathetic twist to the cold-blooded portrayal Germans are usually given. When we had finished in the museum, we headed outside, hungry - but clueless as what we were going to eat. As soon as we walked through the exit doors of the museum we were greeted by possibly the world's biggest McDonald's. The size of the store was mind-bending, especially for ...