Wyndham Garden Gaithersburg
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWyndham Garden Gaithersburg
Booked months ago, and paid in advance to get a very large discount, otherwise, probably would not have stayed here. Convenient location, very nice room. Lots of pillows. Breakfast expensive.
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... was the Shakespeare theatre we decided no, we've been to Stratford upon Avon the birth place of the big man himself so why go see something that won't live up to that. A quick call to my uncle Jesse to ask if we can come early and off we go to Maryland.
To kill some time we go to Hagerstown a premium outlet shopping area. Hinesh and I are both disappointed with our snack choices - I got a lame dry chicken burger and he got an overly sweet ice cream mix in.
I manage ...
... Finally, Leger gave us a lift back to the hotel and we soon headed to bed.
On our second full day we waited for Millie and Eugene to join us before we headed down to Union Station to get the trolley tour. Getting off at the Lincoln Memorial, it was amazing the sheer size of it. After touring the WWII memorial, Millie and Eugene headed home and we went for lunch with Alex, another wdc member. Margaritas we great, so I didn't mind the spice so much. After ...
... has impressive deco and also had many rooms for hire for an intimate dinning experience. The food was pretty good too. The Range was heaving and full of so called middle class Americans. The food wasn't middle class and the Emperors new cloths springs to mind. But the Chinese was decent enough and the waitress was a tad ...
... back to the hostel and filled my belly with pizza. On Sunday I had one of the best experiences of this trip - it sits alongside some of the experiences in NY and the environment of Cape Cod - I went to an African Methodist Episcopal Service! It was truly wonderful, energetic, joyful and most of all I felt very welcome and privileged to experience it. The service included an organ, piano and drums with a dozen or so choir singers who were angelic and ...
... by side like that.
We looked around there for a while, there was an FBI exhibit, a Berlin Wall one, there was a lot on JFK, and a 9-11 exhibit as well. There was also a room, which had the earliest newspaper in the 1400's and then each yeah from about the late 1700's, and it had the front pages of the major headlines for that year. Everything was very interesting, but we only got to see a small amount of the Newseum, so I wouldn't mind going ...