Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport
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Last day has arrived! Why do fun things always go fast, it sucks! We checked out around 10.30am and walked down the Ross to the White House, we seen it from the front this time, which is just as impressive as the other side! No Obama poking his head out though! There were tourists in there visiting, which sucked because we wanted to go in, when I checked online it is about a 9 month waiting list and you have to be an American citizen! ...
... remember by now it's dark, raining, and we've only been here a few hours). As he returned he caught Sherrie with her head out the hotel window listening to the concert. (Our hotel is that close!) We ended up defeated, went into the laundry room and found they took credit cards! Great! We finished off our washing and then went to bed, listening to the sounds of the One Direction fans returning from their concert. That's all - over and ...
... some homemade mojitos, drank wine and ate Chinese food while watching Jonah Hill comedy films. I can't believe our four nights here are almost over already. We've had a great time in DC and Nick and Maura have been fantastic hosts. Tomorrow morning we're taking a bus to New York where we'll spend the last 2 nights of the trip. ...
Our first mega bus to DC was successful! It took around 5 hours, a little longer than expected but it went pretty quick!
We arrive at the hostel and it's really similar to halls, even the same smell (a mix of alcohol and take away food). We have a double bunk bed, perfect for hanging washing from!
We get the metro to china town and find a nandos next to a hooters, that our night sorted! The wizards have just played so all the crazy ...
... sculpture garden that had many bronze castings of some famous works. Rodin's Balzac and Calder's Sky Hooks. Also, there is a Pomodoro work called Sphere #6 which is slightly smaller but very much like a similar sphere at Trinity College in Dublin that I saw last summer.
Next I popped over to the Natural History Museum where, I am quite sure, every eighth grader inn D.C. was visiting that day. I know ...