Hampton Inn Baltimore - Washington International Airport
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... more than happy to take lead lighting them up. MJ doesn't like it at all and is a little scared of the noise. As the fireworks run out we make our way back into the house and poor Pacquette is shaking from fear. The dog is so scared of fireworks (and thunder). I feel so bad for her. Hinesh sits with her and strokes her and talks to her until she calms down. It takes him about 30 mins before she relaxes.
We say our farewells and walk back to Uncle Jesses, with our body guards ...
... it, there's lots of people around here talking to themselves. What's with americans and Weirdos?
Had a long long afternoon nap and set out late. Headed to the Chinatown. It was small and pretty disappointing. Had a drink in a bar and its basketball wall to wall. All TVs had no sound and basketball was played to teletext. Very strange.
... ever going to leave!"! We decided to give up on Washington and head back to our hotel! A long hot shower, pizza and a bottle of red later soon cheered us up, as we watched the rain continue all day long. Well lucky for us (or unlucky!) our overnight bus journey to Boston didn't leave until 7pm the next day, so we had one more shot at Washington! We were so pleased to wake up to the most beautiful clear day, not so pleased that the temperature had now dropped ...
... they came to be, and we saw the changing of the guard outside of the tomb of the unknown soldier. It was very over the top ceremonial as the sergeant inspected the guard taking over the duty and all his kit, spinning the rifle round in his hands and checking for dust on everything, and they addressed us all in very official voices. We were quite surprised when he told off a member of the public for having their bag in the 'plaza' where the ceremony is conducted, and were even ...
... the entire staff come out to greet him every time but we were on the wrong angle to see this. Super cool though!
Our tour continued to see the gigantic obelisk that is a monument to George Washington and then through the "mall" which is then large section between Capitol Hill and the Lincoln monument. It has all the smithsonian museums on one side of the obelisk and on the other side is the war memorials, the reflection pool and the Lincoln monument. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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