Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore/Arundel Mills
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Bought a ticket for the big tourist bus and saw some of the most famous Washington sights, like the Pentagon, the White House, Arlington cemetery, Georgetown, the Potomac river, Lincoln memorial, Washington monument and American history museum (which was really ...
I've considered writing about this topic many times, but something has always stopped me. Maybe because it is a bit embarrassing to talk about, maybe because I don't want to offend the men in my life. But after today, I decided I'm over it.
I went out for my afternoon run today, as I always do on the weekends, and as I was nearing home I had to cross a major intersection. I waited patiently for the light to change, scurried across the road, and ...
... the string instruments and more modern instruments including rock-n-roll. And as is very typical of Japan, there were a good number of people dressed as their favorite anime characters.
It was a long, I walked over 12 miles, but wonderful day.
.....NYC is the next location on the bucket list! 9 May (smile)
... and chilled for a few hours before going out for dinner in Chinatown. We ate at this small restaurant where the poor waitress clearly had a hard time understanding us. She also forgot to ask Ryan and another male customer at the table next to us - who was most clearly older than 21 - for ID, and later got in trouble from her manager. We saw that she went up to the other customer and was whispering in his ear, then next minute she came up and did the same to ...
Arriving in Washington, D.C. after a cruise train ride from NYC we found more unseasonably warm weather although it was quite windy. We visited the Arlington national cemetery where those who have served the nation including many famous are buried. Over 400,000 are buried there including Robert E Lee and a number of the Kennedy's. It also includes a tomb of the unknown soldier where they have a changing of the guard ...