Holiday Inn BWI Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Wheel (like the London Eye), which was fun but unfortunately just too far out of downtown DC to get any good views or photos of the monuments etc... National Harbour is all quite new, reminded me of a newer Darling Harbour in Sydney. Lots of restaurants and shopping so we stopped at a nice restaurant for an early dinner - the boys were happy because it was showing Sunday night football (NFL) and Melinda was happy because it was very warm inside:-) Of ...
Yes, Wilma and I know each other for a long time. We shared a room when doing the first year at the Military Academy. She left after a year, going to study at the VUB university. Met her American husband and after some years they decided to live in the USA. For years she has been teaching Dutch to American officers who were to come to Belgium or the Netherlands. Teach the ...
... It's a gorgeous place, and is the final resting places of soldier and important personnel such as JFK, and those who have died in battle.
We walked first to the changing of the guards, which occured at the tomb of the unknown soldiers. Those that are buried at these tombs have not been identified, and remain guarded as a sign of honour. The single guard changes at a hauntingly special ceremony that happens every half an hour, where ...
... here. The original Wright Brothers plane, the first aircraft to break the sound barrier, the Hubble telescope for example. They also have the largest McDonalds we had ever seen. The girl that served us said there was only one bigger in Chicago. I don't really like McDonalds food but that was all that was there. They must contribute to the Museum we think. Even though I didn't cry at Arlington I did cry at the ...
... Construction of the monument began in 1848, was halted from 1854 to 1877, and was finally completed in 1884. The view was amazing from the North, South, East and West. It give us a true appreciation of how grand this city is. The evening was spent eating pizza in the park and a 'bike and roll tour' where we took in sights of the Franklin Roosevelt Memorial and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Tomorrow, we make the drive from Washington DC to Niagara ...