Bethesda Court Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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The next museum was what we were both excited for the most. With plenty of exhibits, including animals from all over the world and how they've evolved, and the same for those living under the ocean. There was also a room explaining the evolution of humans from their ancestors. Pretty interesting stuff.
The big disappointment came in the dinosaur room though. No T-Rex skeleton! There was a few other dino's though, and a T-Rex skull, and then ...
... London museums. The Air and Space museum features the original Wright Brothers Plane and several space shuttles. We visit the planetarium to watch a show called "Dark Matter". Geeky, right?
After visiting the conveniently located McDonalds (it was literally attached to the back of the museum), we visited the National Holocaust Museum. Words will not do justice to the experience inside the exhibitions, but I'll just say that any visitors to ...
It was my last day at Children's National today and many people within Washington DC had already head to their family's homes for Thanksgiving. I spent the day shadowing bedside nurses on the haematology, oncology and bone marrow transplant ward. It was really interesting hearing the bedside nurses' perspectives and to see their normal working routine. The staffing levels are better than ours; initially you don't really appreciate how much better they ...
... It led us down closed roads and told us to turn too late. It took us about an hour to travel 5 miles. Glen was totally amazing and had to use his rally/racing driving skills. After a really difficult trip, we finally found our hotel. What an oasis. Valet parking (we couldn't wait to get out of the car). A bellman to take our growing number of bags to our lovely room. A bar and restaurant downstairs that was having happy hour - for 3 ...
... similar to what a minority person goes through in the US. To be the black man who every woman is afraid to sit next to on the bus, even though he is a loving husband and father. To be the Asian kid whose peers ask for homework help from, even though she understands no less of the class than anyone else. Or maybe it's what it feels like to be a celebrity. To have your photo taken, for people to shout at you, to feel no privacy anywhere you go. When I got back ...