Hampton Inn Laurel (Fort Meade Area)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... which has been built between the two highway corridors. There were many food outlets and a small tourist information counter but we were able to get a Maryland State map and info about tolls etc. It was strange having to go off to the left from the fast lane to access the rest stop and then re-enter into the fast lane. At least there was a very long entrance lane to get up the speed we needed.
While there we booked our hotel in Washington DC ...
... some deli and sat outside amongst all the business people, we fitted right in! :) not! The Capitol building was next on our list, there were security everywhere! All the police offers and FBI had huge guns! So strict, I was too scared to look at them, they were intimidating! Haha. The building absolutely massive! Longer than Buckingham palace by far! We went in the visitors centre, we went up to a gallery after going through lots of security and bag checks. We went into ...
... to get inside. We went to the information counter where one of the kind staff showed us all the highlights of the museum and all the showrooms we needed to attend. We walked around the museum while the girls asked questions and my parents and I trying to answer them. The museum was so big we didn't have time to walk through it entirely but the places we did go were fab! My favorite part of the museum was the hope diamond, and all the jewelry on display. (Girly girl ...
... knew this had our names written all over it! Our table was next to a group of four and we all started chatting - as we do - one of the guys, Roland, was a Mets supporter and they were losing - much banter between the two tables and they were obviously regulars at 'The Red Porch' so we were soon all bff's! Lots we could tell you about the afternoon but you know the rules - what happens on tour.............
... optimistic thought is yet to be seen but I am far too busy to worry about it right now. During the afternoon I shadowed on one of the wards which were early to adopt the the Rapid Response Team and Pediatric Early Warning Score use, I spent time chatting to bedside nurses about the practicalities of the systems and their perceptions of the value of them. During the evening I moved to my next host family as my previous ...