The Gaithersburg Inn
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... I had to get to the Rockerfeller centre to buy a Christmas decoration for my Mum. (She bought one while we were there but dropped it. Common theme emerging here?). I got absolutely drenched on the way back to the hotel.
The best part of my time ...
... I was sad to say goodbye to my cousins, but lucky that my friend, Kevin, offered me a couch at his place. Kevin is my classmate from the University of Portland, and works in the city for a tech company. He's a smarty pants. After dropping my stuff off at his place, we headed down to the airport to return my car. Since Kevin lives close to a Metro stop, I called Dollar earlier to see what would happen if I returned it early. I saved a ...
... the 80s. There were lots of people riding dragon boats that you paddle in the harbour. People lined up to get into the Aquarium. And generally people enjoying the sunshine.
Lunch was at Dick's Dock. There is a sign that tells you that this place is rude, sassy and a whole list of other qualities that basically tell you its not fine dining service. It lived up to its name. On asking for a menu, our waiter drags over a massive chalk board and shoves it over to our table without ...
... passionate speech.
Then walked through the tunnel to the Library of Congress. This is a really spectacular building. Very ornate and beautifully decorated. Manage to take some photos of Thomas Jefferson Library (photography prohibited).
By then we have had enough. Headed home for much needed nap.
... almost everywhere on foot, which turned out to be great as the public transportation isn't that cheap. My first visit was to the National Air & Space Museum. It forms a part of the Smithsonian - a group of museums near the National Mall. The best part - they are all for free! :-). I spent almost three hours there and wasn't even remotely close to finishing. The museum is huge and covers a lot of information about aviation and space history. It would be great to live ...