Holiday Inn BWI Airport
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... and sit down, so we head away from the monument and find this little souvenir shop. We stop for a bit and have a drink and seat and decide that it mY be time to head back to the hotel. Be are tired with the travel and know that the following day is going to be a much longer day, so want as much rest as possible. I head to bed, Tony sits out in the lobby where he Isabel to get wifi and catch up with the world back home. He takes a stroll to find his surroundings. This day is ...
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We woke up this morning excited and ready to see everything in day light. We hopped onto a to a local bus to take us to Union Station for our day tour around the capital of America.
First stop: Capitol Hill. ...
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