Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport
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... to the defence operations and the tragic 911 event. Interesting to note we walked 1.4 kms around Pentagon following the army tour guide "all dressed up" who had to walk the entire distance backwards. I final stop on this tour was the 911 Memorial....very moving! Back to the shops to get some additional clothes because we have still heard nothing and it will soon be 48 hours. Returned to hotel to have dinner to find our bags have still not arrived....again not happy...received an email ...
... centre of Washington and runs from the Lincoln Memorial to Capitol Hill. This makes it so easy to see everything. We spent a full day at the National Museum of Natural History. We loved the gems, crystals and minerals, the ocean section and the skeletons of fish and animals. We spent half a day at the amazing National Museum of the American Indian as well as the National Museum of American History. Pretty incredible stuff. Next day we cycled from the Bethesda subway ...
... ask. They have closed off quite a big area so that the general public cannot get very close and the views include barricades.
Back to the car for the driving part of our tour. Drove out to Hick's Point at the end of East Potomac Park then headed for the Pentagon. That proved to be a bit of a challenge. We found it but could not locate the North parking. Think it might just be for permit holders. Also the signs said no photography. Could see where ...
... we have done it a few times now; we walked miles to get to a train that took us to a separate terminal for baggage claim; there was a transportation desk there which was handy, although even more handy if the man had just given us one option and quit with all the rambling on which we didn't need to know. We eventually got it out of him, got a bus to the metro and a metro into the city centre although the metro took forever because it was Sunday service ...
... several months earlier, and was
finding that I could not neatly slip back in. It took around six months
before I decided that I did indeed want to even entertain the idea of my
life back in the US (it was a very distinct moment).In
preparation, I read (in addition to Lonely Planets) A Thousand Hills to
Heaven: Love, Hope, and a Restaurant in Rwanda by Josh Ruxin. To be
honest, I can't say that I recommend it... Ruxin, who was ...