Sheraton Baltimore Washington Airport - BWI
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... were unable to get through all of it before having to get to the baseball game. We walked to the Nationals stadium at 3pm for the 4pm start. The game was Washington Nationals v Philadelphia Phillies. We got some really good tickets just beyond the 3rd base on the ground level. The game itself was a bit average because neither team is doing well. The stadium was approx 1/2 full so the atmosphere wasn't great, but ...
... metro ticketing system was more
complicated than we had considered. We'd travelled the Metro in
Montreal and New York City and DC was the most difficult. You could
buy a reusable card which saved you $1 per ride. But it cost $10 and
came preloaded with $8. And you had to have one per person. Plus you
couldn't buy them all at once, you had to buy one at a time. And the
machine would give you a maximum of $5 change. So, having turned up
with the $20 notes ...
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 ...
... me, making slurpy licking sounds through his wide-mouthed grin.
I lost it.
I won't repeat what I said/did, because I'm not entirely proud of my behavior, but anyone who has seen me lose my temper before can venture a guess as to how that went down. My happy walk was ruined. I hurried to Wegmans, all the while trying to calm myself down, telling myself not to give those guys the satisfaction of ruining my afternoon. But the damage was ...
... all lit so symmetrically, but once I stepped closer and could smell the burning wax, my suspicions were refuted. This room was quiet and bright, and I thought was the perfect last memorial as we exited the museum. I'd wanted to go to the museum for a very long time. I was happy that it didn't disappoint.
We trekked back to the car, passing by the Department of Printing and Engraving (I made a joke about just how exciting that sounded, but Owen was really ...