Country Inn & Suites Annapolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... or have living on us that we can't see and we just wish we didn't know about. Did you know that due to surface tension, every rain drop bounces off the surface of water and is not just absorbed. It was so cool to see it is super slow motion. We highly recommend this show if it comes to an IMAX near you. We then went to the Museum of American History. This has so much fun stuff to look at and could take a whole day all by itself. We started by seeing the ...
... my bag with energy drinks, paracetamol and Vaseline (for those that know me well know Vaseline comes everywhere with me). The tour was wicked, we watched the sun set over the national mall and learnt so much about various statues and memorials. My two favourite things I learnt were, that Obama changed the tennis courts in the White House to a basketball court, which is two levels below ground and that the Washington monument is actually two different colours (I am going to put a picture ...
Andi sent us some good travel information - especially what to do to help with the long flights. She also provided info on shoes, clothes, and other important fashion matters. She is very thorough and I'm glad she's our tour guide, and my friend :) She recommended some reading, Eat, Pray, Love which I've read already and also The Desire Map which is about soul searching. ...
... space section, and enjoyed the room on exploration, but we have Apollo exhibits in Britain so it wasn't quite the 'wow!' moment it might have been. The space shuttle exhibits are elsewhere, too. But the sections on flight, WW1 and 2, were fascinating. There are a few too many stories from back when America was an underdog - my impression is that they still tell stories that way, having become addicted to the image - even now they have the ...
... this building that this takes place. All in all, a very interesting tour and as I'm a history buff, suited me down to the ground. Next it was back onto the Metro to head over to Virginia to see the Pentagon building. The station is right next to it and we walked the route to take us to the 9/11 memorial. No photography is allowed as you walk to it. What a peaceful and tastefully done memorial it is too. A series of seats for every victim ...