Sleep Inn & Suites BWI Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... First we stopped at an unmanned kiosk. I have no idea what Les did here, but he talked to someone on a phone there, got a ticket from the dispenser, and then we moved along to security. At the security stop, a private security agent inspected under the truck with a mirror. A police officer asked for entry into the camper. I obliged, and he looked around ...
... Quote of the Day: "Just pitch to him...its tomorrow already!" - Heckler at the end of the game when the Rangers were intentionally walking a batter after the rain delay and just before midnight. Honorable Mention: "Throw it normal!" - Another heckler during the intentional walk shouting at the submariner. "Right, no one wants to cook their pig in the rain." - Dawn Ivener talking to her brother David about his change of plans for a 4th of July pig roast
... off to find the metro. We bought a SmartFare card (basically an Oyster card) but not without any hassle. First the machine wouldn't accept our cards because they're foreign- a very odd concept at an international airport, then when we tried to pay with cash, we found it wouldn't accept 20s and had to go to the currency exchange to get some $10 notes! Eventually we set off with our cards in hand and made the 30 minute subway journey to the stop near the hostel. Luckily it was only about ...
... were funny, friendly and had an amazing amount of information to convey to us. The Tecumseh's curse (presidents curse), the city's layout and planning, the direction of each memorial and unique structure, each of these we learnt about today plus heaps more! Our first jump off point was the Jefferson Memorial. It's located in a perfect location. Overlooks the tidal basin and washington downtown. The tidal basin was built specifically for ...
... But I also think he was rather attractive for an older man. Anyway. I spent the whole day there - from 10:30 to after 4:00pm and still missed a few things. It does have a downside - it's not free like all the others and when I say not free - it was rather expensive - $25 for an adult - I did a dodgy for a student of course. But still. I do think I got my money's worth however so it hasn't broken the bank. I also did the Monument walk at night again - with a guide from ...