Staybridge Suites Baltimore BWI Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... threats and perceived ones. It requires practitioners to "be in the moment," to focus their thoughts on the sights, sounds, smells, and sensations around them in order to quiet their minds and thus reduce the instinctive reactions to perceived threats. I see it with athletes all the time: the pause and deep breath before a foul shot; the quiet moment alone just before the first whistle. The key to mindfulness is being aware of when your mind is ...
... lucky we didn't crash and made it safely into the terminal.
Coming from the warm weather in Los Angeles we got off the plane in our shorts and jeans and t shirts and as soon as we stepped out of the terminal we were frozen.
We were dropped off at out hotel right on the border of Washington, not a place you would want to be walking around at night.
... tour without stopping by the display of the presidents and their dogs! My favorite dog, Barney Bush, actually was not pictured because he was not technically a White House dog or something -who knows! Oh well. I would definitely recommend this museum to anyone, and I want to go back before I leave. My next museum will be the holocaust museum this weekend. Thank you so much for sharing this experience with me, Lee Ann & Becky Lynn!!!! Sincerely, ...
... awesome things to see so we ventured around anyways. The Ocean exhibit was pretty cool and did have the skeleton of an amazing prehistoric giant snake like sea creature. Before we left, Chris and I watched an amazing documentary by David Attenborough all about the Oceans and the creatures in it so it was fun to see the specimens of the deep sea and reda some of the information. The next exhibit was a national geographic feature on beautiful wildlife and nature photography. ...
... an American flag-draped casket passed by and heard the rifle shots and the bugler playing the taps in the distance. We next visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. A military honor guard keeps a 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year vigil at the Tomb.
The trolley took us back to the National Mall, where we stopped to visit the Vietnam War Memorial on our way back to the Metro.
On our return to our simple tent campsite, ...