Staybridge Suites Baltimore BWI Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up with him it was onto dinner at a tapas restaurant called Barcelona on 14th... The queue was massive despite booking but whilst we waited it was free Sangria so we couldn't complain... Unfortunately it was so busy the only table was outside where it was FREEZING, but under heaters and blankets we survived! To warm up we headed to the Fainting Goat for a baileys coffee, which sure did the ...
... start boarding our next flight. This time we were in the back row (and not the 2n back row) but there was no one in the window seat. Hurrah! A window seat (Ali's favourite). Boo! Hiss!!! The engine was there and she couldn't see a thing. Not happy. Arrived in Dallas - a rather uninspiring airport from the little we saw (hoping international is better; it has a huge reputation to live up to. ...
... any difficulties. Igor had arranged a Capitol tour for us. We showed up early, passports and I.D.s in hand, at the Visitors' Center. After watching an introductory movie about the history of the Capitol building our guide, Adrian, gave us an interesting tour. Afterwards passes to the Senate were issued, and we spent almost an hour listening to speeches by two senators (from Iowa and Ohio, respectively). They spoke to an ...
... we needed to be back across town to collect our laundry by 5pm before the shop closed, we raced back with only 10 minutes to spare.
We hobbled back to the hotel for a quick bite to eat in their bar before deciding that as gluttons for punishment we could definitely manage some late night shopping. Back on public transport and all the way on the other side of town we chucked my shoes and bought 2 new pairs (the second was half price once I purchased ...
... pictures there minutes before. He then told us his harrowing tale of how he lost his friends, which was very humbling to hear. I shook his hand and told him that he should be proud of his service which moved him very much and he replied that all forces back in the UK should be proud of their service too.
I then moved onto the Korean War Memorial which shows statues of soldiers as though on a scouting mission, which ...