Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore BWI Airport
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While we were standing around Greg's cubicle, we spoke with Melissa Block, who is a host for "All Things Considered". She was so nice and chatted with us for a few minutes. We even got to visit the recording room where the hosts do their recordings each day.
Because we had already been to DC before, we weren't bummed about not having been able to see more.
Next up....Gettysburg, PA!
David and I had planned a day trip to Washington D.C to see a few museums and the city centre before I flew out on the weekend. It was an early start to drive an hour and a half to the train station where we caught the metro into the heart of DC. For two people who had never been on the train into DC before, who were not sure where to go and how to get there, David and I were very fortunate. There was a close call when we were sitting in the ...
... of the modern planned city (D.C is apparently the only planned city in America) and the democracy of The United States of America. Walking in we were greeted (not so warmly) by heavily armed servicemen and were led to a tour of the grand building. The kids learned about the history of democracy in the states (haha - they received a bit of education on their holiday!) and walked the halls of the Senators.
Next was the Smithsonian Space and Air museum. We got to touch a ...
... rallying cries that made the possibility of a better society palpable to his community.Fasanella is often remembered for his iconic admonition: “Lest We Forget,” an impassioned plea to remember the sacrifices of our forebears. In 2014, the exhibition Ralph Fasanella: Lest We Forget, united the artist’s most powerful works in a celebration of the hundredth anniversary of his birth. Brightly coloured, beautifully composed naive and ...