La Quinta Inn & Suites Baltimore South Glen Burnie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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This morning we woke up at about 8 o'clock, ate some breakfast, and walked from the Britain Embassy to the Japan Embassy. The walk was rather short, it was about half a mile. The walk was somewhat calm and peaceful there are many luscious trees between the embassies.
Since we've been at the embassy we have gotten the opportunity to learn some interesting things about Japan. Such as:
... for dinner. Was very nice and wasn't too cold for the walk home. The boys were very good, had had showers, brushed their teeth and were in bed when got back just after 9pm - my money was on them still watching TV and not having moved from where we left them let alone had showers etc... Wonders will never cease!! :-) Nice, slightly warmer weather expected tomorrow (in positive territory anyway) so we are hoping to get the hotel bikes and spend the day checking out all the ...
Monday morning we actually make it to Old Town Cafe in Gaithersburg which was unexpected as we were pushed for time. The place isn't palatial but it has a great welcome. More importantly though is that it is a tradition. We have a busy and productive day with our US colleagues, then it's back to the hotel ..... followed by a run through the shower .... then a short Metro ride ...
... in Capitol Hill in a turn of the century town house...the neighbourhood is now a conservation area and mainly residential, but surrounded by political history. Not wanting to waste half a day, I decided to head across town to Georgetown. The sun was shining and it became quite warm. A good day to see the beautiful and exclusive neighbourhood. Rather ...
Big breakfast to get us going. Ed, Charlie and I did our own walking your of the Washington mall starting with the world war 2 memorial with its big fountains and Greek pillars then onto the huge and most famous lincoln memorial were old president Lincoln sits as a giant in his chair behind Greek pillars looking down the mall with the long narrow reflections lake stretching out in front of him to the huge obelisk that is the ...