Columbia Inn at Peralynna
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... of mixed nuts at 6:23 a.m. The chilled appetizer today was hot-smoked salmon and grilled prawn with mango salsa. Delicious! Next came a fresh seasonal greens salad with tomato, dried cherries, mini apple, and croutons and dressed with balsamic vinaigrette. For the main course, I had an excellent Indian-Spiced Shrimp dish with spiced tomato sauce, saffron rice pilaf, and curried spinach. Course #4 was cheese, crackers, and grapes, followed by the famous Course ...
... to work for a nonprofit called For Love of Children (floc.org you should check it out) which provides educational support for low-income students in DC. I was the “Volunteer Outreach and Marketing Intern” which is a fancy way of saying I did what I could to help get more volunteers through the door. FLOC is an amazing organization that is doing fantastic work. Having entered over 200 volunteer surveys ...
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Check in: July 3
Check out: July 5
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We were welcomed to the Capital by the worse traffic. I thought it would only be a 3 hour drive today but the last 25 miles into the city took about 90 minutes. It was frustrating as we have been driving through nice empty country roads for most of our trip. I think of Wyoming and Utah where I hardly saw any cars on some of the roads. I miss those.
We are staying a the Marriott using my points. Its a great location but the valet ...
... the day got off to a really good start, albeit it was pretty bloody windy and quite chilly as a result.
We parked up near to the Old Post Office building so we could pop in and head up the top of the tower to get a view across DC. It was not to be, it was about 10am and it wasn't due to open until 12 midday. With that plan temporarily shelved we walked around town a bit then headed straight over to the White House to see what all the fuss ...
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