Hampton Inn Baltimore - Washington International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... seeing crime makers and crime fighters, and seeing where the first president of the United States of America had lived all his life, and where he had grown up. I have had a really good time in Washington. This is basically the last day in Washington as we have to leave at 10:30 to go to the airport. I would love to come back again, because there is so much more to do and to see. This was one of the best places I have ever been ...
... School asking that exact question of each one of his teachers. Here is a reflective, inquisitive young man ready to tackle the challenges of high school (and moreover, adolescence itself!) So my colleague thought it only right to pass along such wisdom by inquiring the same of his friends and those adults around him. I now ask myself, what am I prepared to learn about myself over the next two weeks ...
Today we visited the holocaust museum. This was about how the Nazis (Germans) wanted to rule the world, so they captured people who were different like the Jews. They would put them in ghettos, a very dirty place. Then after that they would put them in concentration camps where the Jews were tortured. Along with Jews, homosexuals, and gypsies were also captured. If there were too many people they would tell the ...
... from Lincoln's speeches and incredibly powerful and beautiful music. The story line was fairly simple, depicting how the Civil War affected soldiers and their families from the North, the South, and the blacks still in slavery. The musical was done by 9 pm so that got us home a bit earlier than expected in order to pack up for our 4:30 checkout time tomorrow ...
... fatigue set in. Dinner was had at an Italian restaurant just near the hotel and was followed by a short rehearsal back at the hotel which was very productive. Interesting things included the ruby slippers from Wizard of Oz, Abraham Lincoln's carriage and George Washington's uniform. Currently, we are patrolling the corridors and checking the boys' shirts are ironed for tomorrow's visit to the navy base. Thanks to those parents who have taught ...