Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore BWI Airport
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- Swimming pool
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... was the boys lack of manners in public, and in particular, lack of respect at sites like Arlington National Cemetery and for Melinda and I. I was a bit upset / disappointed with them but am sure they got the message as we got a rare apology! We'll see if they take anything on board and change behaviour?? Back to the hotel for showers and earlyish night to bed. Last day tomorrow in DC with more to do than we have time so will need to make some decisions over ...
... the traditions, like "Sinterklaas en Zwarte Piet" ;-)
Every time I am in the USA I try to come to say hello to them, Steven, her husband is now having a funny collection of Dutch words!
The weather was just wonderful for the time of the year, so we went outside to sit and feel the sun on our face. When seeing the picture afterwards I thought, OMG I definitively need ...
... officer (I can't remember his credentials) introduces the new guard to the tomb - squeaky shoes, giant gun, scary booming voice and all. It was very special to watch.
After the ceremony, we went and found the tombs of John F. Kennedy and his family. It's a gorgeous view from where they are laid to rest, with giant marble plaques with his speeches carved onto the surface, surrounding the area. It really is a pretty place, despite the ...
... space museum .... They had a television showing an interview with Henry Eugene "Red" Erwin who had won the coveted Medal of Honor for saving his aircraft and mates by throwing a phosfeous bomb that had prematurely exploded out the cockpit window. They thought he would die from his injuries but he survived. He had only been married 3 months before he joined the War. He underwent 40 plastic surgery operations and died in ...
In a few minutes, I set off for Mombasa, Kenya.To be honest,
I've been pretty anxious about this trip. Aside from the logistics of
moving out of a city I've been calling home for 5 years, I've been a
little travel shy as of late. I returned from Russia with what I can
only describe as a really odd sort of mild PTSD. I found myself unable
to engage with others, work, or school. I was trying to force myself
back into the space I'd ...