Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... me, making slurpy licking sounds through his wide-mouthed grin.
I lost it.
I won't repeat what I said/did, because I'm not entirely proud of my behavior, but anyone who has seen me lose my temper before can venture a guess as to how that went down. My happy walk was ruined. I hurried to Wegmans, all the while trying to calm myself down, telling myself not to give those guys the satisfaction of ruining my afternoon. But the damage was ...
Today was a surprisingly warm February day, so Lindsay and I seized the chance to explore Theodore Roosevelt Island! The Island is fairly small and we learned that it used to be the summer home of John Mason (son of George Mason IV, one of our new favorite historical figures that we discovered ...
... studying at schools like Georgetown and others who strive to express themselves so eloquently in a language they are just starting to learn. I am truly thankful for the times my mind has been opened to things I did not know anything about but was so politely enlightened.
This is the experience of a lifetime, and I am so happy.
Pictures will be posted tomorrow.
Smithson never visited the States when he lived, but 75 years after his death, Smithsonian Regent Alexander Graham Bell brought Smithson's remains to Washington, where they were interred in a tomb in the Smithsonian Building. The big question is WHY did he leave his inheritance to the States. The main theory is he was illegitimate & not recognized by his mothers wealthy family & British society. When he inherited her fortune he choose ...
... Martin Luther King memorial. MLK was a devout equal rights advocate and some believe the pioneer toward human rights amendments for all Americans.
The memorial was quite well set up and gave a detailed description of the life he led and the things he fought for. Probably best known for his 'I have a dream' speech at the Lincoln Memorial, MLK ...