Red Roof Plus+ Baltimore - Washington DC/BWI Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Once we got checked in, we ate dinner and went to bed. We were all a bit disappointed that we didn't get to see DC today. After the kids fell asleep, the adults tried to come up with a few plans based on the various news we might get about the car tomorrow. We decided we would need to cancel our Friday night reservation at Hilton Head and wait to see about Saturday night. We even considered renting a car, driving home, then coming back for the Prius later.
Miles driven to date: 3822
Got up at 4 a.m. for our 6 a.m. flight to Atlanta. We were surprised to find that it is the largest and busiest airport in the world! We had to get on a little train to change terminals, all was quick and efficient and an hour was plenty to change planes. Another short trip and we were in Washington. Marg and I are at a cheaper hotel than June and Lee, it is pretty basic as far as room and amenities go. We can only ...
After waking up at 4am, getting dressed in a daze, shuffling down to the airport, and flying to DC, we were ready for our adventure to get started. Granted, the wind was blowing, the sky was dark, and my bangs were not making it easy for me to look good in pictures. But that wasn't going to bring us down! We were ready to tour the capital!
We started our day at the Corner Bakery Cafe, a cute little restaurant at the base of the building where Uncle Mark works. ...
... are breath-taking.
Some exhibit highlights are one of the rare copies of the Guttenburg Bible from the early 1500s, the first bible ever printed with a printing press; there is also a copy of a hand scribed bible from he same century. Other highlights include Thomas Jeffeson's personal library, and a 12 panel block printed map from 1507 that is the first to attempt a 'round' world and include some version of the America's. It is believed to be the ...
... from reaching our new building or from leaving the street in the other direction. We decided that ducking under the tape, suitcases in tow, was the only solution but 6'4" of policeman decided otherwise. We explained our plight, pleaded and just when it looked like we would have to pull the old bursting into tears trick he relented. Not only did he lift the cordon and walk us down to our apartment but he opened the door and wished us a nice evening or what was left of it given that ...