Ramada BWI Airport/Arundel Mills
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t see any others in New York. We went to lots of other American shops with some weird items for sale, but the one I will never forget was a shop called Pepper Palace. It was a whole shop filled with thousands of hot sauces and everything spicy. The man at the counter was showing us there spiciest sauce they had in stock and he said in the world! It had the four hottest peppers in the world all combined to make the hottest sauce ever. ...
... tidal basin giving me some wonderful views of the Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial. Coming back around the far side of the basin I crossed back over to the mall to visit the Korean War Memorial. I didn't visit the
Vietnam War Memorial - the crowd there was just a little too thick.
While DC is ...
... to see it closer up. It obviously looked bigger closer up, but still not as big as I was expecting, which is apparently a common thought. The front of the house isn't far from the street actually - I thought it might have been more secluded. There were multiple protesters out the front of the white house - holding signs, yelling out random stuff and others were getting their message across using microphones etc. Honestly they were just plain annoying! A real ...
... was born in France, lived in England & died in Genoa, Italy, on June 27, 1829, at the age of 64, leaving the bulk of his estate to his nephew, Henry James Hungerford. But if his nephew died without children a contingency clause stated that the estate would go to "the United States of America, to found at Washington, under the name of the Smithsonian Institution, an Establishment for the increase and diffusion of knowledge…" The will was ...
... and South wings joined by a central rotunda. Additional wings were added to the north and south of the building as the number of states grew and more space was needed to accommodate the growing number of representatives. Our tour took us through the visitors' centre, the Rotunda, which is now a ceremonial space and the Old Hall of the House, which is now the National Statuary Hall. Each state can donate two statues to be displayed. The pieces need to be made of either marble ...