Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Gaithersburg - South
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... some of the family straight away.
Day 2: today Uncle and Aunty take us to Baltimore. Automatically the song from Hairspray is in my head and I am bopping along to this soundtrack as we head over there.
We take a bathroom break when we get to the Inner Harbour and Aunty and I saw the most disgusting sight ever. Traumatising. I walk in and I thought I saw a lady naked from the waist down cleaning herself but I thought she was just wearing flesh coloured pants. Then I ...
... The zoo, like all the other Smithsonian museums is free but we found this zoo a little more run down than the Bronx Zoo. Many of the exhibits were empty and looked run down. No doubt a result of budget cutbacks if you ask the right person at the right time. The whole zoo is on a hill so you walk all the way to the bottom then all the way back up to the top. At leas the metro line is downhill from there. Some items of ...
... the main floor and balcony. It is such a beautiful building! Then we took the Metro to the American History Museum. We spent 90 minutes on our own seeing the exhibits we each were interested in. More time would have been nice but we saw a lot. Afterwards, we took the train home. We had another great dinner with our leftovers from Sunday. Our days have been exhausting and we had an early evening since tomorrow is an early ...
... next day. Since then we have been unpacking and shopping for new supplies. Which even included a rip to Ikea! YAY!
The first few days of being in Maryland we were in the path of a hurricane which is so new to me! Needless to say it rained....A LOT! Hauling all those boxes inside was not that fun in the rain. The weather has since turned more summery and more enjoyable. Maybe a day at the ...
... I caught a shuttle there. The first part of the event was lunch with the students.
After lunch we went into an auditorium for a discussion about what we'd be doing. We then broke up into a number of groups of around 20 people. My group was to discuss Achieving Medical Innovation.
I headed back ...
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