Econo Lodge Elkridge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Well today was another great day in the Capital. I have become quite fond of DC. Its clean and tidy, I love the stone everywhere. On buildings, on floors, on doorways, park benches are made out of it, its everywhere and in so many different forms and textures.
The people are so very friendly, and that's not just the tourists the workers have been very friendly too, very polite - excuse me! That is everyone except the bus ...
... reminds me of India (Agra) so much rubbish lying around as well as derelict buildings and houses. Didn't see any cows or monkeys on the road though. Not the image of America that I had in my mind. So much different to what we have already seen. Finally arrived in New York 3 hours late got a cab who managed to get us lost on way to hotel. Have had dinner, taken a couple of night photos, now time for shower and bed. I feel a big day coming on tomorrow with so much to ...
... made our way through the remaining 6 floors we were unable to tour the evening prior.
Even though we had already been the afternoon prior, I couldn't miss the opportunity to go to the balcony on the 7th floor to take pictures of the snow on Capital Hill and The Mall. I highly recommend a visit to the Newseum if you are fascinated, or at least interested, in news and history. The exhibits are captivating and will take you on an incredible journey ...
... the Lancaster Airport for my first flight, I was stressed. Stressed might be a bit of an understatement. But I was able to file a fraud claim and cancel my account in time. MORAL OF THE STORY: Always be completely packed the night before you fly! I made this a permanent rule for myself after I almost overslept a 7am flight to Barcelona two years ago, and it has served me well! ...
... of past Presidents who have lived here and also notable entities who currently own houses here. The shops on Wisconsin Avenue, just down from where our Hotel is, are gorgeous and look as though they are set in the front windows of old houses, flowers once again hanging from the lamp posts. We stopped in at the Martin for a drink on the way home. This is where John Kennedy proposed to Jackie O. Every President since WW2 has eaten at Martins. ...