Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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Back on the big orange trolley again but our aim today is to see the White House and check out the visitor centre. Each tour you get on has a different driver with some providing additional information to that already heard. Today was Special Kay - some were entertained by her drawl, others not so much. We get off at the White House stop and wander with the rest of the tourists to ...
... our bribery of a
treat sealed the deal.
Walking from Washington Memorial to
Lincoln you can see the White House in the far distance. The
Presidents helicopter flew over a few times landing on the Lawn of
the White House before leaving again so we snapped some pictures.
Could've been anyone on board but we're going to say it was B.
Hussein Obama II. There are many memorials on the walk past the
Reflection Pool towards Lincoln Memorial ...
... had closed the doors to the next room as none other than the President had unexpectedly decided to drop in to the visitor centre where we were! We didn't get to see him (no one did, they closed the whole wing to prevent anyone getting even remotely close) but it was still cool to be so close, especially seeing how excited the staff had all become as it was so ...
... windows rolled down, yelling at me. I was essentially trapped. If I sped up, they sped up, taunting me that I couldn't get away. If I slowed down, they slowed down. I could not maneuver my car away from them, and I watched the quickly approaching traffic light turning red in the distance, and I began to panic. What would happen when we all had to stop at the light? Would they get out? Would they approach my car? Would they try to get in? Would they try ...
... took us to the Canadian Embassy, where I found the cache, a big statue carved by Haida artist Bill Reid. We spent a lot of time looking at Haida art when we were in Alaska last summer, and I enjoyed the trip down memory lane.
We were early for our train, which afforded us the opportunity to watch people running madly for trains for which they most emphatically were not early. Two ...