Ramada BWI Airport/Arundel Mills
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and with my spirits super excited
about seeing all the places I had only seen on TV. The weather had been
gorgeous and sunny. The bus tours of DC are probably the most efficient and
cover the entire city. A good tip again is to wear very very comfy shoes
here... There's a lot of walking up stairs and dashing to and fro from the
designated bus stops.
I started with the World War II Memorial. It was perfect
with 56 granite pillars in a semi circle ...
... off when they lent down to drink? Something science hasn't 'discovered', that's for sure!
By the time we'd finished 3 museums, visited the main tourist ' attractions' of DC and even become directionally challenged once or twice (surprise!) We were ready to head to the metro and call it a day. It was a full on day and very enjoyable. To see the whole of DC I think at least a week would be necessary, but I was very happy and thankful to get a taste of ...
... the road were empty so he asked us a few questions about Australia, jumped on his bus and was gone! It was a bit of an eye opener really - to be treated so nicely. I wondered how many of us Australians would be that welcoming to people visiting our Country!
Our next stop was Union Station and there was division in the camp! Stephanie and I wanted to go to the Smithsonian Zoo to see the Giant Pandas and Blacky and ...
... On the way back I stopped to see the 9/11 Memorial at the Pentagon which is beautiful in its simplicity. DC is a lot like Canberra but on a much larger scale and minus the Aussie wildlife! Summer is lovely not sure the winter with all the snow would be the same but it would be amazing to see it just the same! This was a really quick trip to DC but well worth the time, but now we fly South for the real ...
... the roads was that originally they were cattle tracks, the cows just walked around the buildings as they were grazing. Over time the people starting using the tracks and then they became roads. Whilst there is charm in the roads in Boston, it was a relief to be met with a grid road network in DC. It was made even easier by the fact that the roads were numbered from 1 to infinity in the north to south direction, and A to Z in the ...