Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... lots of secret spy gadgets to look at, like a watch that is a video recorder, a cigarette packet that is actually a bomb, hidden microphones or cameras, just to name a few. The last section of the museum was one of the best parts. It had videos of an actual spy... James Bond! There was a model of the James Bond car, items used in different movies, James Bond movie villains and many more cool things to do with him. That came to the end of the spy museum. ...
Today we went to Arlington National Cemetary. While in Australia we have a place for every person lost in war on the War Memorial Wall of Remembrance, while here they are buried together. It was sobering to see all those white headstones over vast areas of green lawn and shady trees. We started at the Iwo Jima memorial and walked across to the Cemetary. We found the graves of JFK and his family which ...
... the edge of the rose garden. We took pictures right in front of it! I could even peek through the window well enough to see a security guard! Obviously he was in there guarding Obama. I was totally within feet of Obama. At least that's what I'll tell people after years of exaggerating this story.
After frolicking in the gardens, it was time to frolic back to the Holocaust Museum. And by frolic, I mean sprint. We had twenty minutes before the end of our ...
... the stadium early while Sonia & the Edwards family went to see the Madame Tussaud's display which they really enjoyed.
Ben & I were not disappointed walking into the 20,000 plus Washington Wizards stadium. The stadium was massive, bright & very modern. Players were warming up when we arrived & we loved being only a few rows from the court. We were close enough to hear the players & coaches talking - it was an ...
... Otherwise I really hope the museum is very brightly lit. Or maybe I could just leave the sunglasses off and wear a little sign round my neck saying something like, "I am not a BEATEN woman, just a FALLEN one." Jarn here - I see Sioux has been at the blog. I don't even know how she got the iPad out from under my pillow without waking me. Most of what Sioux said is correct except the part of a bit of a shiner. It's more than a bit of a shiner. ...