Candlewood Suites Baltimore-Linthicum
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... smells an assault on all the senses. Sidewalks, walk/don't walk and forever crossing roads...people, hipsters, small dogs...take out, delivery, Starbucks on every block...bridges, yellow cabs, subway stations...homeless people everywhere. Thank you New York. You are a huge city made up of lots of little, unique neighbourhoods. It's been a ...
Camping on the floor, not as much fun as people make it out be. Sigh. Anyway. Today was our free day in Washington D.C. We had a leisurely 8am breakfast, where we also packed our lunch - the first time I've packed a sandwich since school! The first place we went to was the Arlington Cemetery. The cemetery is on the Virginia side of D.C. across the river (because Washington D.C. is actually carved out of a part of both Maryland and Virginia - ...
Another overcast day. Caught the Metro from Farragut West Station to the Smithsonian Stop and walked to the Smithsonian Castle (the information centre for all the Museums). It's a beautiful building with a lovely garden out the back. Walked out the front door, turned right and walked for about 10 mins to the Air and Space Museum. It is huge with lots of old aircraft etc hanging from the roof. They have 80% original items ...
... Washington Monument is an obelisk on the National Mall, built to commemorate George Washington, once commander-in-chief of the early Continental Army and the first American president.The monument, made of marble, granite, and bluestone gneiss, is both the world's tallest stone structure and the world's tallest obelisk, standing 555 feet 5 1⁄8 inches tall. - nothing stands taller than the Washington Monument in DC. Every other building must be built ...
... the creek still icy even though last weekend was ‘warmish’ with a high of 61 degrees on Sunday. A few daffodils and snowdrops were peeking out, buds had formed on the magnolias, the rhododendrons and camellias and we had good reason to think that Spring would not be far behind this coming Winter blast. (A nod to P.B. ...