Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham BWI Airport Baltimore
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... started the tour. Tim was able to point out all the telltale signs that the President was going to be on board - two snipers on White House roof, two snipers on building near the park in front of White House, fire foam truck at end of park, staff all waiting outside near helicopter. The secret service guy who seemed to know Tim cracked a couple of jokes, but Tim seemed very respectful. After the copter took off ...
... to walk around.
From here we walked to the bus via the
Art Gallery. Would've loved to look properly but everyone was
exhausted so this was just a restroom stop. Perfect timing, arrived
at the bus stop as the bus pulled up so we were back at the zoo by
5.10pm. It closed at 6pm so we had a small chance to look around
there before heading back to the RV. This wasn't a priority though as
we had been to 3 zoos already but we did park here ...
... went the long way via Arlington to pick up any stragglers. The conductor was such a cheery chap in difficult circumstances with grumpy passengers, I had to admire him. We got back at about 7.30. Found a place to eat on the advice of the girl in the Hard Rock Cafe (she admired my hair cut!). It was the Gordon Biersch Brewery and Restaurant and we had a real meal of chicken with veggies. Very nice ...
... to cat-call a woman. I can't even...
Cat-calling has recently become a hot topic, but it is by no means a new one. Women have been dealing with cat-calling since time began, but for some reason now it is finally being openly criticized and discussed. I'm glad, because I used to just take it for granted. It happened so frequently, and while it was embarrassing, and at times even frightening, I always just assumed that it came with being a woman. ...
... me. First was the pile of shoes confiscated from the prisoners. I'd heard about this exhibit before, so I knew it was coming. But when I looked into the pile and saw, among the dusty boots of average-to-poor people, I saw a pair of summer sandals. I looked closer and saw a pair of chic, though dusty and worn, high heels. I had known that many different kinds of people perished in the Holocaust, from all over Europe, rich, poor, businessmen, farmers, etc. But for ...