Econo Lodge Elkridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... elephants and bears and other animals but Emily was ready for food and a nap so it was time to get going.
The metro ride back to the hotel featured constant protest and angst from poor Emily. We then grabbed a quick lunch in the hotel restaurant and took naps.
After naps we took an Uber black ride to our friends house in Maryland about 25 minutes away. It was only $104 + tip. In retrospect a cab would have been better but what did ...
... and artistically decorated and furnished. Very genteel. The house was easy to find as Washington is conveniently laid out in a grid fashion, with streets running East/West being numbered and those running North/South lettered. We stayed on U Street between 17th and 18th. Diagonally running streets that intersect the grid the gird are named after various States of the Union.
So, after settling into our room and taking a much needed ...
... that my obsession with the royals probably stemmed from one of my very first memories from when I was a young child. We had just gotten home from a Saturday night dinner at my favorite Italian restaurant and my mom was in shock when she told me she died. I didn't really know what was going on but was intrigued with a princess. It's crazy how such an event can stay in your mind forever. The 9/11 exhibit was very touching. In the center ...
Today I visited the National Air & Space Museum (one of the Smithsonian Museums) which is always worth visiting in Washington!
This is the only blog post from Washington (well, about Washington) as, though I visited all of the other Smithsonian Museums, not a lot of pictureable things there ...
I also toured the Newseum, which is, as the name implies, a Museum (private) devoted to the history of News ... ...
... The only problem is that I am at least 2 years younger than all the other participants, which is only difficult when they start talking about the SATs or what college they are going to in the fall. Tomorrow is a full day of orientation activities and a placement test, that should be interesting, though many of us seem to be in the same boat with studying, or lack of ...