Written by Jody Trammel


Olney-MDOlney lies at the north central part of Montgomery County in Maryland. It was an agricultural area until the sixties when the town evolved into a major residential hub. Money Magazine categorized Olney as number 17 out of the top 100 in its edition of “America’s Best Places to Live.” This was the highest ranking given to any town of Maryland. Last August, the same publication listed Olney as number 22 in the “Top-earning towns” of the United States.

If you plan to spend your vacation in Olney, call Affinity Airport Sedan. We will get you to and from the airport without any hassles.

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Written by Jody Trammel


Laytonsville, MarylandLaytonsville is one of the smaller municipalities in Montgomery County, Maryland. It used to be called Cracklintown which came from “cracklin’ bread”, which is one of the original baked delicacies in the locality. The crossroads of Laytonsville’s northern district goes directly to the principal urban areas of the state. These include Damascus and Frederick County in the east to Baltimore, southward to Washington, D.C. and west of the Potomac River.

If you would like to visit Laytonsville, you will surely need a ride. Arrange for a pick-up from the airport with Affinity Airport Sedan for all your transportation needs in the DC Metro area.

About Laytonsville

Laytonsville stretches behind the unspecified borders of Sandy Spring. The town extends over the huge estate which was once owned by Quaker pioneer James Brooke. However, it never became “Quaker country.” Anglicans and Methodists joined Sandy Spring social events and business activities as well as farmers’ clubs and other organizations. There were also a lot of intermarriages during that time.

John Layton put up a brick farmhouse in 1785 on the site where the present-day Laytonsville is located. An old tavern, general store, tailor shop, and the St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church made up the ephemeral Cracklin Town. The town started to progress in the 1840s with the construction of several stores, business establishments and residential houses. A post office was finally built in 1861 while a Methodist Church was established in 1867. Laytonsville farmers were blessed with very fertile loam soil which does not dry out very quickly making it an ideal farming land.

Nearby Attractions

While visiting Laytonsville, you can take the opportunity to visit popular attractions near the town. Clara Barton National Historic Site is one. The National Park Service renovated 11 rooms including the bedroom of Clara Barton, living rooms, and Red Cross offices. Another popular tourist spot is the Battleground National Cemetery which is 17 miles away from Laytonsville. This military cemetery lies along Georgia Avenue close to Fort Stevens. It is managed by the National Park Service. Congressional Country Club is a country club and golf course in Bethesda. It was established in 1924 and has hosted many prestigious tournaments including the U.S. Open several times.

If your travels bring you to Laytonsville or any other town in the D.C. area, keep in mind Affinity Airport Sedan. We will pick you up on time and get you to your destination safely throughout the DC Metro Area.

Written by Jody Trammel

Tips For Traveling Spontaneously

well planned travelSome trips are so well planned that you know every stop you’ll make months before you land in your destination. Structure can be great, but for a different kind of fun, let your hair down, and follow our tips for a more spontaneous vacation below.

Are you planning to take a trip leaving from the D.C. region? For a ride to the airport, schedule a pick-up with Affinity Airport Sedan. We’ll get you to the airport on time and worry free.

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Written by Jody Trammel

Breeze Through Airport Security

How to breeze through airport security

Airport SecurityWhen flying, one of the biggest headaches for many passengers is going through airport security. However, with our tips below, you can arrive prepared and spend as little time as possible waiting in the security line.

Planning a trip? If you’re leaving from D.C., Maryland, or Virginia, use Affinity Airport Sedan for your ground transportation needs. We can pick you up

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Written by Jody Trammel

DCA – Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Flying into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Ronald Reagan Washington National AirportLocated three miles south of Washington, D.C., many travelers visiting the nation’s capital choose to fly into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, as opposed to farther away Washington Dulles or Baltimore Washington. In fact, nearly 20 million passengers flew through National Airport last year.


If you’re one of the millions of visitors

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