Super 8 Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with patriotism. Afterward, we decided to stroll down to Georgetown; the student area of the city. It was around a 20 minute walk away which gave us a good opportunity to gain a good feel of the city. I knew instantly that we had entered Georgetown. In comparison to the wide, open streets, grand buildings and the buzz of professionals and tourists, Georgetown reminded me of a sweet part of Amsterdam. Purple flowers hung from every lamp post, shutters protruded out the ...
... the flight around the world, the new Space Ship One and the Bionic Man.
Today we went to the Ford's Theater and saw where Lincoln was shot and the boarding house across the street where he died. We also went to the Spy Museum. That was an interesting place with lots of spy gadgets and stories about real spies.
Today I left Baltimore and rode on a big ole Amtrak train to Washington for a bargain $7, and I have to say it felt so good to be moving again. It actually took me longer to get from Baltimore hostel to the local railway station (4 miles away) than it did to get to Washington which was 40 miles away - so I would just like to say a personal thank you to Apple Maps for sending me walking in the wrong direction for 30 minutes (with a full backpack ...
... was not a good idea to go into DC today because of the shootings at the Navy Yard on Monday. What a tragedy. Fort McHenry was very interesting. That is where after the Battle of Baltimore in the War of 1812 Francis Scott Key wrote The Star Spangled Banner. This is another piece of history that you hear about all your life that is really neat to actually ...
... is quite the place with many artifacts showing the American story. One of the most fun was an exhibit devoted to Julia Child, of all things, and how she shaped television cooking. A major portion of the museum is closed for renovations, so we only had a smattering of the Americana that we were hoping to see.
We next visited the US Holocaust Museum. This was an amazing depiction of the story that we ...