Homewood Suites by Hilton Baltimore-BWI Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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We went on a free DC by Foot tour run by a retired independent teacher called Tim. He works for tips only. The tour ran for 5 hours from 10am and about 30 people attended. Tim has a background in school counsellor rather than as a history teacher, but he really loves the history of the city and monuments. We were fortunate at the start of the tour to have the President taking off from the White House lawn just ...
taking ages to read, others zooming past exhibits. So we split into
girls and boys and agreed to meet back at 4pm. Perfect idea. The boys
did a flight simulation machine, went into the cockpit of a Boeing
737 and wandered, taking it all in. The girls zipped through most of
the exhibits, stopping to rest at the little movies they were showing
about flight along the way. We also spent time in the kids areas so
Kaitlin could enjoy some of the hands ...
... The houses are very attractive and individual and past and present residents include some very well-known names such as Jacky Kennedy. It was very hot on the roof of the bus so we alighted and took the river cruise which was included in the bus fare. We puttered up the Potomac in a launch and back, very pleasant and reasonably cool. Then sat and watched some little kids and some ...
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 ...
... and read their stories. My girl's name was Flora and she was from Belgium, but was of Romanian descent. She was actually saved from being sent to any ghettos or camps by hiding with her family at a convent. Eventually they fled Belgium and immigrated to the United States. She grew up and become a teacher. Considering the fact that I wrote a paper about hidden children during the Holocaust as part of my undergraduate coursework, and the fact that I am a teacher, I ...