Sleep Inn & Suites BWI Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... when one dropped his toothbrush they had to share one toothbrush. Getting back to the shuttle. It was displayed better than the one at the intrepid museum which never actually went into space. I was able to get some great photos of it as you could walk all around it and also see it from up on a walkway that went all around the museum. The other major attraction was the SR-71 Blackbird which was also well displayed ...
... young thing at next table. Hamish wasn't having a bar of it. Have posted lots of photos of homes from around area. These are not unique, just typical of the streets. Hard to capture the look but each street is a photo op. Visited a Walmart on way home, just for the heck of it. Family pretty tired on way home so parked kids in room and C & J hit the bar for quite time drinks. Lovely. New York tomorrow. Kids are working on tinier dreams because this City is where they come ...
... rememberance exhibits from the attacks on the wtc in NY on 9/11. Sad but the views are spectacular and for a 4 usd entry fee - worth it.
We head back it the hotel for a snooze and to get ready for another night of drinking. Earlier in the day we had discovered a bar area a short distance from the hotel. The Luckies Power Plant area has a number of bars all in one area and we bar hop until the early hours ending up at seven eleven for snacks on the way back to the hotel. Fun night ...
... of Bali not Washington DC! Today we got our car and hit the road north to Niagara Falls. Had lunch in Lancaster County at a lovely Amish village. These people are doing well to deflect the pressure to comply with the rest of America and retain their Spartan lifestyle. Still lots of horses and buggies to see, and homes with no power connected! Don't know how they do it...pure faith I guess. Cheers for now Wazz & the ...
... an amazing day. My greatest memories as a child involve frolicking about at Six Flags Over Texas, one of the biggest amusement parks in the country, and as I was originally planning my road trip, I thought it would be fun to relive that childhood joy by riding roller coasters and playing at a water park all day with reckless abandon. I had never been to an amusement park by myself, and I highly recommend it. When you go alone, you don't have to haggle with friends over which rides ...