Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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Hello! This weekend was great! I was so happy to have two visitors, Lee Ann & Beck Lynn! They took me to my new favorite museum which is what I am writing this post about :) Newseum is a museum located in DC which focuses on news and journalism. It was right up my alley. Unfortunately, it is one of the few museums you have to pay an entrance fee for, but the ticket is good for two days- which makes the deal pretty good! There was not a ...
... new home, new language to adapt to. Sarah's my hero!
After our visit, went back home to pick up Lawrence, Sasha and Alex and went off to shop for Korean food at the Lotte markets. Drove up to Paul and Erins place in Baltimore where Lawrence (former chef) prepared Korean banquet for us. MMMmm! Masitda! (Delish) Met their dog Sid who does a good high five but does not like pickled radish.
... White House & I was expecting a typical visitors centre but once inside it was full of historical displays & a model of the White House & a interactive display where you could view inside the house. I'm glad we saw the model because when we got to peak at the real thing through a high iron fence we could only see a fraction of it! The wings weren't visible at all due to trees & shrubs & most of the house front was covered with what ...
... from Penn station to Washington on Saturday was a shock to the system. We boarded the train and sat in a quiet coach which was a good move as it meant we managed to get some sleep and had extra leg room. We rolled in to Washington train station at 11:30am and were greeted by sensational hot weather. The station itself was very pretty; in fact in most cities we’ve been to in the US one of the prettiest (and oldest) buildings we see is the ...
... of static and sometimes hard to hear everything she said, but it was good just to see the rooms anyway. After it finished we decided we had time to visit the House of Representatives and if you are from oversas, it's a simple matter of getting a ticket by showing ID with address. If you are a USA citizen apparently it is a harder process. When we got in the chamber, it was pretty empty with a few people setting things up. When the time came for a session, ...