Hampton Inn Baltimore - Washington International Airport
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... than the NY Natural history Museum but together they would be the best by far. The bones and mummies, including the fossil and dinosaurs was excellent, the section on the earth formation, meteorites, minerals, gems and working through to famous gem stones, including loads of famous and priceless pieces , including the Hope Diamond was amazing. The bugs and butterflies were good, the section on human origins was really great. Check out the photos of us all as early human ...
... political brawl between the parties was on. Finally, they were able to reach an agreement: the Democrats were willing to allow Rutherford Hayes to accept presidency. In return, Samuel Tilden demanded his railroad, and the other Democrats required the military zones broken up and for federal troops to leave. The Republicans agreed to what is today known as the Bargain of ...
... all museums. Most of them are a part of the Smithsonian Institution, which on the plus side, means that those ones are free entry. The area that all these museums and memorials are in looks really small on the map, but believe me, it's a bigger walk than you'd think!
Jess and I had some time to kill before meeting up with the rest of the group, so we walked through the Air and Space Museum. It was actually pretty interesting, however ...
Arrived about 10.15am. Got off at Cleveland Park stop and walked downhill for about .5 kms. Was very disappointed in the beginning as the giant panda baby was up a tree and a couple of other animals weren't on display either. Things improved thankfully and we walked heaps on a 95 degree day. It was really hot. Had lunch at the 'Mane' Restaurant (they were doing a roaring trade). . ...
... coming off this way in YOUR OWN MEMOIRE, something is very,
very wrong). Which brings me to my next point and maybe the main
reason I'm back to blogging (aside from letting everyone know I'm alive
and having something to look back on fondly): I DO NOT want to be that
kind of development worker. The kind that won't shut up about people
helping themselves and leaves behind empty clinics and schools, or
worse, introduces the strain of ...