The Gaithersburg Inn

Address: 104 Russell Avenue, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 20877, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 104 Russell Avenue, Gaithersburg, is near Washingtonian Center, Seneca Creek State Park, Blue Mash Golf Course, and Sportrock.
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Relunia family time!

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 01, 2014

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... need to draw that word in your note pad for the person next to you to guess it and the note pads go around the circle until you get yours back. I was crying from laughter as John gets "Shaved pubic hair" from my drawing of "Freckles" (I drew a girl in pig tails with freckles….) and Hinesh draws John's "Shaved pubic hair" and Erin guesses "Urination". I haven't laughed so hard in such a long time. The girls are fascinated by us for a while, Rylee decides she wants to sit with us but ...

Spies Like Us

A travel blog entry by gsnenytravel on Apr 17, 2014

... and the best - Katie - who helped us plan the trip and I was glad to have her along on the trip with us. I hope we can come to Washington DC again sometime.

Lauren, Agent Squirrel: We went to the Ford's Theater. I bought a grey and teal sweatshirt and a black and teal hat. We also went to the Spy Museum and did spy missions. My agent's name was Agent Squirrel. It was so much fun. I am so happy that I got to do all of these spy missions with all my friends.

Last days

A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Nov 08, 2013

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... got to sit in the courtroom where the justices work. Stacy was very happy. One of the Supreme Court justices was actually a professor where Stacy went to law school and she was a student.
It had stopped raining already. We went over to our Senators office and got visitors passes to go into the Capitol galleries. Not much was going on there, so ...


A travel blog entry by skyenichol on Jun 28, 2013

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... dry and accept the wet. We cruised the streets past huddling masses (who thought us to be crazy people) and we were saturated in seconds which made continuing easy, as we couldn't get any wetter.

So we saw The White House, we splashed to the Lincoln Memorial, we took in the big wet city. It was a truly unforgettable experience for me. I found Washington to be a really beautiful, clean and open place to ride and ...

The American Rome

A travel blog entry by healsby on Sep 09, 2012

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... wanted to say was that he recognised me from outside Ford's Theatre earlier in the morning when he'd walked past me on the way to work. I asked him how he recognised me and he said it was my hair and my shirt (I'm wearing the 3 internet-kitty moon one) - apparently I cut a distinctive figure in D.C!

The National Archives was really cool, but was seriously OTT with the security - the three main documents (Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights ...