Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore/Arundel Mills
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... help sauce, soft drink and ice-cream stands - even though we didn't have any this time.
We finally dragged ourselves out of the Air and Space Museum and headed across the beautiful grassed area of the National Mall to the National Art Gallery. Lots of "National" things here! One of the things I love about this place is the architecture. The buildings are beautiful and the detail is amazing inside and out. (Took lots of photos for you Skye).
... gather to make their opinions heard. There was a funny man who just stood in front if the gate, stock still, giving the finger towards the building. It was fascinating watching all the people walking past and we sat there for a while watching the businessmen, tourists and people on bikes and segways going about their business and tried to guess what their life stories were. We grabbed a sandwich for lunch and then headed ...
... in the cemetery. These include dying in action, long time military service, service with distinction, having been president of the USA, although only two former Presidents are currently buried there. Some state service positions, such as Justices, also qualify and there are others granted under special circumstances. After the First World War a tomb was erected in the cemetery containing the remains of an unidentified soldier killed in battle. ...
... his (cynical) views about politicians and the political process here. we could say something similar about Australian politics though here everything is so much more extreme especially the gulf between the haves and the have-nots. Gladly we won't be around to see things in 100 years but one can't help but think of the decline of great Empires....with all their good and bad........and so back to union station and train it to be collected an hour later by Ellen.
... The White House). We also checked out the Washington Monument which was under repairs and the Lincoln Memorial.
The next day we visited the ...