Sheraton College Park North Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... at 6am and went to curl up on the foot stool, Josh said he had the worst night sleep EVER...again! Anyway, they were very grumpy this morning. We had a nice breakfast at the hotel restaurant and then ordered a sleep out bed and our shower fixed and headed off the the Air and Space museum, an easy 20 min walk from the hotel. Cold, but not too bad, so we walked past the capitol building, a few statues and frozen lakes and the top end of the ...
... set of people but then there are chances that you
see someone who was with you in the previous trip through the day and
familiarity comes easy with a smile and conversations flow in with suggestions
and plans. I made friends with a group of 8 African American women of all ages
who were from Tennessee and my god what energy levels they had.. absolute fun
women. All sisters with their kids.
Another interesting spot is the Lock Keepers House. We
... return location, you guessed it, blue flashing lights in the rearview mirror! As we were looking for the address I crossed the line at a red light (although did stop before entering the intersection). Anyway, the car directly behind happened to be a Police SUV. The good humoured officer appeared at my window and said "If you’re gonna run a red light, its best to check you're not being followed by a police car". I handed him my NSW licence ...
... which was the antithesis of last night. This was an area with a largely black population and we stood out like sore thumbs. The area was obviously a much lower socio economic region but it had a Subway - our fall back lunch when we cannot find anything else. Staff in the store were very helpful and even upgraded our order which gave us the cheaper Friday special price which we had not seen.
Back to the hotel after lunch for a rest. ...
... though, with loads of different sections and all sorts of aircraft and flight memorabilia. Walking through in the right order basically told the story of the first plane by the Wright Brothers, to using flights for commercial purposes and how technology helped improve flying, and set new speed records, for example across the Atlantic and around the world flights etc. There was also bits about military planes and a nice story about the origin of air stewardesses, and ...