Residence Inn Baltimore BWI Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we went to a whole lot more other museums. First of all, we took the metro, as usual, down to another space museum. It is still owned by the same company, it's just that it is in the city, closer than the other one. This museum was bigger but, it had about the same amount of planes as the other museum out in Virginia. In my opinion, this museum had too much information, what I mean by that is that, there were more things that you had ...
... in the lobby and there is no provision for making a cup of tea. However after a short rest we ventured out and found the Ronald Reagan building which had lots of long marbled floored corridors and found a food court where we had lunch. Then we wandered around, looking at the sculpture garden, before deciding to go into the National gallery which is very nice (more marble floors) and had a good look at the 19th ...
... got a small breakfast. I got a breakfast panini with eggs, bacon, and cheddar cheese on sourdough bread and a "frou-frou" caramel latte. It was a good way to start the day.
We parked in view of the Washington Monument and walked down the street to the Holocaust Museum. The line to buy tickets was intimidating at first, considering it wound all the way down the alley next to the building and a bit down the main street at its end. But it went fast, since they ...
... to use the word "America".
Stop number 2 is a tour of Congress. Security is very strict..absolutely no food, drinks, or drink containers, so my job was going to be to sit out on the lawn and watch the backpacks and enjoy what was supposed to be a sunny day. Our fearless leader Mrs. Andjelic arranged a basement room in the Library where I am now sitting, warm and dry, guarding the backpacks/lunches, drinking coffee, blogging, and most fitting for ...
... starting to resemble a war zone. All good again but by now we were frazzled as well as tired. Apparently there was a suspicious package found but we heard nothing else about it. Today, I think it's Friday, we had a late start, checked out our local neighbourhood to find somewhere for breakfast but by the time we found a place that wasn't Spanish, Italian,Turkish, Asian or Southern Abyssinian it was actually lunchtime. We then bravely tackled the Metro, which is really very easy, ...