Doubletree by Hilton BWI Airport
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a bungle play. Arlington is impressive, with military personnel, starting from the civil war, buried there, along with wives and children. The only tack was Asians posing for photos in front of JFK's grave. Note: Elvis had more people at his grave than JFK. Sighting: ...
... people into the
ghettos. (Not just Jews but also gypsies, homosexuals and other hated
minorities). The 2nd floor is where Hannah had to leave,
she didn't want or need to see the very graphic images captured to do
with concentration camps and the liberation in 1945. So she went and
sat down with Kaitlin, relieving Ben so he could begin to look
around. The 2nd floor has a train car set up so you get an
idea of how small it was to ...
Slept well, had brekky in the hotel -Harriet's. Got on the hoho bus after a bit of tramping about looking for the stop. It worked pretty well, got off at the archives which is fairly new (more marble floors) and had a look at their copy of the Magna Carta and a few other things about slavery, freedom etc. it was a very well set up museum with strict security. Bags checked, free entry. Then got off ...
... the edge of the rose garden. We took pictures right in front of it! I could even peek through the window well enough to see a security guard! Obviously he was in there guarding Obama. I was totally within feet of Obama. At least that's what I'll tell people after years of exaggerating this story.
After frolicking in the gardens, it was time to frolic back to the Holocaust Museum. And by frolic, I mean sprint. We had twenty minutes before the end of our ...
... took us to waiting spot where I stayed with bags (as usual) while girls went to National Postal Museum, apparently it was really good according to Emma...very excited cause she was able to send her postcard to Charlie. Well they arrived back at agreed time and you guessed it immediately took aim for the H&M shop! Our train, service 94 to Penn Street Station departs at 14:0pm so we have just 63 minutes ...