Residence Inn Baltimore BWI Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We headed to the Smithsonian American History museum this morning. The money, car, train and electricity displays were really cool, including some precious original items. They had Edison patents for the phone, original patents items, $100,000 bill, an original Kermit, the ruby slippers from Wizard of Oz, the original star spangled banner. We actually thought this museum was better than the Natural History museum, ...
... station. We figured that was
designed for non kiwis and that we could do it in 20-25 minutes
allowing ourselves half an hour anyway. It took 28 minutes and was
1.8 miles and that was before the day of walking around DC had even
begun. A lot of positive talk, we'll have a great day etc... was
needed for the faces looking at us like we're mental for making them
walk so far and not to even talk about making them walk back at the
end of the day.
... in the rain a tall handsome black man came out and we asked if we could walk through the building. He must have been a caretaker or something, so he escorted us through (more marble floors) to the next block where we found a Mexican cafe and had our dinner there. Stopped raining by then so found our way home with a bit of help from a tourist helper (?) Got a message from J&L about doing a hoho tour tomorrow. Good ...
The second guy was also with a buddy, stopped at a stoplight a few lanes away as I waited to cross the street. I caught the two of them looking at me, and before I could turn away, they blew me kisses and laughed at me. I took a deep breath, and looked away.
The third guy pulled up just after the second, in the turn lane right next to me. He rolled down his window, leaned out, opened his mouth as wide as he could, and stuck his tongue ...
... of the chronological tour, there was this bright, airy room with high ceilings and marble columns. It was a circular room with a skylight in the ceiling that lit the whole room with sunlight. Around the circular rooms were dark marble panels emblazoned with the names of death camps, concentration camps, and other places where Holocaust victims lost their lives. Under each of these panels were two rows of candles, all lit. At first I thought they were fake because of how ...