BWI Airport Marriott
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... We all had a good laugh about the bird and the baby being assigned to the same row (what could go wrong?) but in the end all five of us remained in our row for the duration of the flight. Without incident, I'm happy to report. By the time we finally made it to our hotel in Foggy Bottom Bryan had been up for about 27 hours and only dozed off briefly. So we put Desmond in the pack-n-play (or, as I am now calling it, the "pack-n-snack") portable crib provided by our hotel ...
President from 1861-1865. He wasn't really popular then. The war didn't go so well for the north, but later on the Union won and things started to change. He got shot at at a theater. His favorite president was George Washington. His statue reflects on the water way to the Washington monument. The Lincoln memorial was very beautiful and Lincoln was very ...
... so we just looked at the side. Headed next to the museum we set off. Everything was so interesting! We learnt so much about the history of America. After that we headed to the Whitehouse, were Barack O'bama lives. We didn't get to see much there, just his front lawn. We headed home, and that's all for today. ...
... as well as staff. In the afternoon we headed to Nationals Park to see the Washington Nationals versus the New York Mets. As soon as the sun went down the mercury plummeted to 7°C (colder with the wind) and of course the rain started! It looked like the game was about to be called,however, the rain eased up and the game continued uninterrupted. Despite the cold, the boys were thoroughly entertained and got into the swing of things by cheering for ...
... We were disappointed that the dinosaur exhibition was closed, however did find the T-Rex skull tucked away in a corner.
Andrew researched and found the first great restaurant in what was developing into a foodie tour of Washington. My concept of American cuisine had, until this trip, been quite ignorant. I have thoroughly enjoyed experiencing the new flavours and food. I won't bore you with all the details, as I've also been checking in ...