SpringHill Suites Gaithersburg
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... concrete lined tunnels. Stepping out from the station is such a contrast from New York, it's clean, bright and surprisingly low attractive buildings. Not a high rise to be seem.
Our first stop was the White House Visitors Centre to pick up maps & information & we were more than a little surprised to have to go through another security check, that's number 7 in 3 weeks! It's not located particularly close to ...
... some of the family straight away.
Day 2: today Uncle and Aunty take us to Baltimore. Automatically the song from Hairspray is in my head and I am bopping along to this soundtrack as we head over there.
We take a bathroom break when we get to the Inner Harbour and Aunty and I saw the most disgusting sight ever. Traumatising. I walk in and I thought I saw a lady naked from the waist down cleaning herself but I thought she was just wearing flesh coloured pants. Then I ...
... award) the lettering on your marker would be gold instead of black. We also saw the grave sites of JFK and Jackie Kennedy Onassis where an eternal flame burns continuously. Two of their children who died in infancy are also buried there and further along Senators Robert and Edward Kennedy are buried. There is also a marker for a forth Kennedy brother who was a pilot, shot down in the Second World War. The cemetery holds 25-30 burials a day. The ...
There was quite a large room on the Wright Brothers - their early tests etc, and their first plane . A display featuring NASA space flights, with equipment, lunar lander, lunar rover, equipment used, space suits (some actual - Buzz Aldrin), and Gene Kranz's white vest if you have seen the movie Apollo 13. A walk thru of the Space Lab, 747 cockpits, spacecraft cockpits etc. Steve Fossets capsule in which ...
... and ask them to send it to me tomorrow.
Thankfully small lines at security and immigration. I had only a few minutes to pop into the Lufthansa Business Lounge to grab some breakfast and beverages, then walked the length of the terminal to Gate H48, where pretty much everyone had already boarded. I saw on my smartphone while walking down the concourse that I had received BusinessFirst Seat 6A, a window seat with a passenger next to me on the aisle. I ...