Candlewood Suites Baltimore-Linthicum
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... some rest. Desmond ate puffs and played fairly happily while we napped. Our hotel room is very nice, I'm happy to report. We are on the eighth floor of the Courtyard Marriott in Foggy Bottom which is centrally located to all the monuments, the White House and what have you. The air conditioning works well, there is a seating area, plenty of room for the crib and the bed is comfortable. Not bad for our free stay! After a few hours, Desmond finally melted down some in ...
Capital building used to be made sandstone, now made from marble and stone. They make the the laws here. We took a tour inside and we saw a bunch of paintings of presidents and the wars. We also saw many statutes of important people in our history like rosa parks and George Washington. The tour was great and it was really clean and nice inside the ...
Today we travelled from New York To Washington D.C. by train. It wasn't anything like our trains in Sydney. We had so much room! We left Penn station and after a three hour trip we arrived here in Washington, D.C. We are now here in our hotel and have many exciting things ...
... adopted team (see caps and scarves in photos) even joining in with the traditional 'Take Me Out To The Ball Game' at the end of the 7th innings. As we waited for the bus outside the stadium they even somehow found the energy for an impromptu game of American football. The hotel corridors are now silent and I expect there is not a drop of hot water left in the building. Tomorrow we will be doing our first school visit and our first musical performance for the ...
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Early start as we needed to get down to the Washington Monument to queue up for allocated free tickets. Each day a number of tickets are allocated for set times and these are usually all gone by 10:00am. The ticket window opens at 8:30. At 8am Starbucks in hand we queued up behind a couple of dozen early risers. By the time the ticket window opened the queue was much longer.