Holiday Inn BWI Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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... and a pumpkin shop! We will be home by Halloween.
We had a pleasant meal at an outside table, the temperature was comfortable and we were served by a cheerful young lady who was terrified of Australia because of all the dangerous animals trying to kill everyone there. Oh and she was excited by a pink lake somewhere in Western Australia and even Googled it for us, apparently it is a thing and is on some island.
That is about it for the day.
... weren't conducting
tours of the White House during the end of August due to repairs so
we were just going to walk the outside before heading to the
Holocaust Museum. We caught a bus about 9.10am and got to the White
House around 9.25am. Now I explain that all for no other reason than
to catalogue it and to say that 1) it's not always smooth sailing
travelling around in your house. 2) don't trust the word of customer
service agents. 3) get someones ...
... meditating. A couple of nice Cezannes and Van Goghs. Had a long talk to one of the volunteers. She pointed out that all the women in the Renoir were modelled by his wife. Went to the bus stop and caught one fairly soon, but it stopped at the depot and wasn't going anywhere for more than half an hour. We were so hot and tired that we spat the dummy and got a taxi back. Very nice dinner in a wine bistro - lamb brains and strawberry ice cream. (Not at the same ...
... got a small breakfast. I got a breakfast panini with eggs, bacon, and cheddar cheese on sourdough bread and a "frou-frou" caramel latte. It was a good way to start the day.
We parked in view of the Washington Monument and walked down the street to the Holocaust Museum. The line to buy tickets was intimidating at first, considering it wound all the way down the alley next to the building and a bit down the main street at its end. But it went fast, since they ...
... really learning my way around here, especially DuPont Circle. I even feel pretty confident on the metro (famous last words). This weekend I am very excited to explore Georgetown with some people I have met at the house and go out for brunch, a DC must, apparently.
Back to work, for now. I am currently at the Press Club doing some research, and then I was invited to stay for 'taco night'. :)