Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWl Airport - International Dr.
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Today I woke up, looked out my window to find ............. (drum roll) ................ SNOW! Lovely, white, fluffy virgin SNOW!! 6" of the stuff had fallen over night while yours truly was blissfully asleep!
Never have I had to brush snow from a car before! And I couldn't resist picking it up even though a little voice in my head was saying "It's going to be cold". Well it was, and far colder than I expected - much colder than picking up ice cubes. My fingers ...
... Hayes would win the electoral college by one vote. Accusations flew, and Democrats argued that the Republicans had cheated. Eventually, a compromise was made: if a railroad was built through Texas, and federal troops removed from Confederate states, Democrats would allow Hayes to begin his presidency. The Bargain of 1877 eradicated any chance that Reconstruction would ever ...
... We met a couple from Florida who ordered the Orca Platter which consisted of a lobster, 6 crab claws, 6 clams, 24 oysters and 12 large shrimps at a total cost of US126.95. Luckily it was Happy Hour and they got it for half price. The most surprising thing was they managed to eat it all.
We had some great meals in Washington, the choices are great. We had Indian, Chinese and Italian and they were all good.
Our only disappointment was our flight ...
... a photo so walked onto a lawn to get a better shot and was promptly shooed away by a Secret Service Lady so got onto the footpath , wasn't going to argue with anyone with a gun!!! We made our way down to the start of what they call the Mall which is bloody long walk with all the monuments and museums either side to it. All the monuments and reflection pool are very impressive , however the Albert Enstein was small but notable. We learnt that just before the start of WW2 ...
... out to Paolo's for another drink before we retired to our hotel. It was a long drive back and we had fairly early mornings of hair appointments and telling Alicia how beautiful she was at least 100 times.
Mark arrived bright and early at 7:30 am and due to the jackhammer that began right outside our door, we were not able to go back to sleep. I had a hair appointment at 1 and Marie had make up at 1, so Mark and Jack went to the bar to hang out ...