Residence Inn Baltimore BWI Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... impressive gem collection. I would say the Natural History museum is definitely worth a visit. 2.30pm - The rain had died down and Anya had finished work early so we decided to meet her at her office, Rayburn House, where she would give us a tour of the Capitol. With a quick pit stop at the Air & Space museum, another interesting place and not the slightest bit boring, we headed to 'The Hill' a fancy term used by the young professionals who work in the ...
... The evening highlight was indeed the highlight because we got to meet our soon-to-be new niece, Melanie, for dinner and she drove us around to see the night lights of the memorials before returning us to our car. What a wonderful person. Sraddha's neice passed away last year unexpectedly leaving her husband and 4 little girls to deal with living. Now they will soon have a new mother ...
Leaving New York at the crack of dawn feels really exciting both because we're going to our next city and because we're going to experience the infamous Amtrak rail to get there.
Getting onboard we are really impressed by how spacious the legroom is! It's equivalent to travelling in premium economy on a plane but for a fraction of the cost.
The nearly four hours onboard flies by as we are given complimentary wifi however two hours in and I'm ...
... We made it to Arlington which was THE number one place we both wanted to see. Amazing! It goes on for miles! Marker after marker of soldiers and their spouses. The soldiers name is often seen on one side, the spouses name on the other.
We went and paid our respects to the Kennedy's, then headed to the Tomb of the Unknown.
We were there for the changing of the guards, the placing of the wreath by wheelchair bound old vets, and the playing of ...
Somehow finding some extra energy we embarked on a massive walk around the monuments to tick off any that remained. Here we hit the Jefferson, Roosevelt and Martin Luthur King memorials and a number of the War memorials.
The final tick in the box came when Rach stood in ...