Hilton Garden Inn BWI Airport
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... based on a shield supported by two zebras. One zebra is also holding an elephant's tusk, the other a stalk of millet.
... how quickly we have advanced and how much that has to do with competing countries trying to get the best airplanes to fight each other. Nothing like a little unfriendly competition to get you going! Our next stop was the Museum of Natural History. I was most excited for this museum because they have the Dinosaur exhibits but when we got there we found out that part was closed for renovations. It was to re-open in November so we were just missing it. There were of course a ...
... of which had been breached only a week before when apparantly an armed man had managed to climb the fence and sprint across the grass). There were police barriers up all around the fence, restricting our view, snipers on the roof and guards with dogs all around the lawn. Quite a spectacle! Protestors were also gathered in the street outside the presidential residence and while we were there, a silent vigil of demonstrators holding imitation ...
... to take a taxi to our next hotel, the newly opened Marriott Marquis, and all I can say is WOW! We are greeted by the friendliest check in agent Crystal, who upon hearing we're travelling on honeymoon immediately gives us not only free wi-fi but also access to the executive lounge on the 12th floor.
Before we even arrived we knew we had got a bargain when booking this hotel as we had paid under £60 a night whereas the average daily rate was £400 plus. ...
... a guy out of view opposite talking, not sure if to himself but then hear an occasional other voice rambling, first guy's anger level slowly rising until he is yelling, angry and I decide its time to move on, by-passing him by walking around the block. Yesterday a long, interesting conversation with our taxi driver, Ethiopian -American (all have been from difft parts of Africa, Christians and Muslims). A very intelligent thinking man who, with good ...