Candlewood Suites Baltimore-Linthicum
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Our rescheduled flight was delayed so we ended up doing quite a bit of waiting at the gate. That wasn't anyone's favorite, but we made it onboard and were seated next to each other (there had been some question when we were initially reassigned) so that was good. Then something completely unexpected happened. A man with a falcon came and sat in our row! He was from the U.S. Air Force Academy and was taking one of their mascots, a prairie falcon named Echo, to an event ...
... which is 45 miles wide and 400 miles long. Easy walk. We wanted to see the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of American History, and the Air and Space Museum. We got into the Natural History Museum by elbowing our way through the oceans of school kids on field trips. We saw a bunch of stuffed animals (which we could have seen at our granddaughter’s house and saved a lot of money) and a lot of bones. ...
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial - The Congress in 1955 started looking for a designer who would capture "the character and work of FDR" for a memorial "that will do him the honor he deserves and transmit his image to future generations". In 1997 a design by Lawrence Halprin was excepted. The memorial is 4 outdoor rooms representing his 4 terms in office. Each with a water fall. The stone walls are lined with words he spoke. It is the only ...
... honour is held by the field of gold stars that symbolizes the number of American dead and missing from World War II. To the right of the place of honour would be the next important element in rank, seniority, or designation, in this case, the State of Delaware, the first to ratify the U.S. Constitution. To the left of the centre would be the second, in this case the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Then the order goes back and forth or right and left, around the circle, much like ...
"I hate merging underground!" Today was our last travelling day, going the short distance from Baltimore to Washington DC. The weather forecast said that today would be stormy from midday onwards, and so with that in mind we got our jackets out and at the ready. Today turned out to be one of the hottest and sunniest we had had in America. We started off by going to Fort McHenry on the outskirts of Baltimore. This was where they repulsed a British attack in the war of 1812 ...