Hampton Inn and Suites Arundel Mills / Baltimore
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... House and the monument.
I made some lovely conversations there with some Indians and
other visitors, but one person stood out... Special Agent Vic from Homeland
Security. It was purely cheap thrills to be in America's Capital and running
into someone from Homeland Security as I looked upon the White House from the
Terrace Restaurant. He was a lovely man and of-course didn't share anything
about his work with me.
The next day I got up ...
... They looked tame enough though had an impressive array of harnesses and padded bars... we soon found out why. David was the pilot and I took the role of gunner in a war- time exercise. The simulator could go in a complete 360 degree turn and half the time we were upside down and thankful for our seat belts!
The natural history museum was interesting, but a bit depressing. I forgot that for the wider public 'natural history' means ' evolution' ...
... and they are all entitled to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." And what a great privilege it is to be free and independent!
Much to our disappointment we were not allowed to take any pictures inside the National Archive Building (so I found some on the internet so you can see)! The building was enormous such a grand scale. Another amazing architectural feat, inside and out.
As we were waiting for the ...
From the hectic pace of New York City, landing in Washington DC was a nice change of pace!! On arrival we walked down to Union Station, which unbeknown to us was the entire length of Massachusetts Ave and if you know DC it's huge! Nevertheless we got down there to get our refund sorted by Amtrak. As it was nice and hot we jumped on the Trolley and managed to see Marine One on the lawns of the White House ...
... staying 2 nights and I had to move rooms. This is a bit annoying as it is nice to leave a few items out (eg: pjs, phone charger, shower puff), but not the end of the world. However I spoke to two people who also had been switched around rooms and I realised that it was to accommodate these massive groups of annoying kids. This realisation made me less tolerant to the switch.
So there you have it. If you are a young ...