Hampton Inn and Suites Arundel Mills / Baltimore
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Dayal and David went for a walk around Washington this morning while I did some blogging but I ended up doing email because I now have hundreds to catch up on. We're on the home stretch of the trip now and both looking forward to getting home. Me, to see my boy. We had breakfast in the Inn restaurant and purchased our 'hop on, hop off' bus voucher at the hotel reception then made our way to the pick up ...
... fit four people standing up it in! We carried on walking, taking pictures as we went, until we came to the Concorde. It was really long and skinny, and had a pointy nose and very long and skinny wings. It would be awesome if we could still fly on it though. The next interesting plane was the Enola Gay. This aircraft was very special, as it dropped the first atomic bomb on the Japanese on two city's Hiroshima and Nagasaki, that killed thousands of people. This was revenge, ...
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We also went to the Boston tea party museum. This was another one that does the whole interactive thing, luckily we were not the only ones on this tour. Everyone was given a character, fortunately we did not have a speaking part. It said that ...
... we got to the hotel we were tired and ready to rest. But Emily had a milestone in the elevator. She made a joke and the three strangers on the elevator with us laughed. She was counting the floors 1...2...3... and when dad asked her 'what comes after 3' she paused with perfect comedic timing and said loudly 'Eight!'. Everyone laughed loudly. Emily was very proud of her first public performance.
A bath, a few books, and off to bed we went.
The Lincoln Memorial is, like all the buildings and monuments in Washington, huge and gravely impressive. The figure of Lincoln sitting in his great chair is so familiar that it felt strangely natural but at the same time awe inspiring to stand before it. Washington's memorial, an enormous marble obelisk 555 feet tall dominates the skyline. The haunting Korean War Memorial, with the strained faces of the slightly larger than life ...