Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWI Airport
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... 24/7 by a young guards. There are 8 men who work the guard shift. Depending on the time of year they are out guarding for 30 or 60 mins at a time. These men start their training at 18, train for 2 years the guard alone for 2 years. After service there are 3 rules that must follow, they are. 1)no alcohol 2) not allowed to tell a joke I front of a woman and 3) no swearing. The guarding involves the guard walking 21 steps, waiting ...
... else in the US!
After getting some food, we boarded a bus and headed for Nationals Park, for what will probably be our last baseball game. The Washington Nationals took on the Arizona Diamondbacks (who we watched beat the Giants in San Francisco) and they won! Hurrah!
On Thursday we slept in a little, and went out in to the city around lunch time. The manager at the hostel had recommended an area in the middle of town where ...
Today we had a free day to explore the museums and walk around the Capitol. We all started the day at the museum of natural history which had all the old dinosaur bones and animals in, and old artifices, I saw the hope diamond which is supposedly the same diamond that was in titanic, we walked around there for a while then headed to the American Indian museum that was round and had no corners because the American Indian tribes believed that bad spirits lived in corners, ...
... However your appearance is somewhat distorted due to it's shape. Good fun though. No use at all at night as the flash just reflects back on you. The city is an easy walk, again in a grid system and of course there is the old, and fantastic El train. El = Elevated sits above the streets and makes it even more claustrophobic. It certainly is a transportation throwback in time, but wonderful to see. Well then back to Union Station, one of the most spectacular railway ...
However, once we touched down in Cabo my first order of business was to exchange some dollars for peso's. I figure if I was going to be in country for a few days I better blend in. I was a little surprised that there was no Travelex at the airport. However, they had something called Global Exchange which exchange my cash at a about a ten to one rate. Granted they take there cut. It was nice to ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
i know i am petty, but they remove channel 3 and 4 from their tv.i would like to hook up my dvd player
then they put me in a handicapped room
their internet is dead slow, i paid $4.99 for it to upgrade i have to pay MORE $$$
other than my petty complaints,it was clean.restaurants very close by even an actual movie theater.
sorry no airport shuttle,oh yes you can cook your own meals.they have 2 burners,dishes,huge fridge with freezer
i am not sure about free parking
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