The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport - Bwi
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... could be a surgeon and you have to keep the persons heart rate going. On the second floor I wasn't that that interested because it was American story's, which were all a bit boring. The third floor barely had anything on it, as it was still being constructed. After that it was good to have a nice cup of tea, and some time to sit down, as we had been standing up for the whole two hours of looking at the museum. Next we walked to the ...
... in the lobby and there is no provision for making a cup of tea. However after a short rest we ventured out and found the Ronald Reagan building which had lots of long marbled floored corridors and found a food court where we had lunch. Then we wandered around, looking at the sculpture garden, before deciding to go into the National gallery which is very nice (more marble floors) and had a good look at the 19th ...
... us and asked if we were planning on going on the Garden Tour. Our first reaction was: "What garden tour?" She went on to explain that twice a year, the White House opens its surrounding gardens to visitors. On a normal day, the closest you can get is the fence that surrounds the property. Today, we could literally go as close as the front door.
We practically ran to the line in front of the White House lawn. It was another scary line, but again, it went ...
We are off to New York. Currently on the Amtrak train. I enjoy seeing life behind the "tourist" areas of the capital cities. I'd like to stop & sit in a diner or cafe & talk to a local person about their life & story. A find that just as interesting as seeing the sites of the capitals. Along the way I've met a young African-American man in a choral competition who also thought he looked like Martin Luther King jr - who was I to argue, an Indian man who loved his ...
... challenge though. In a flash of inspiration Jarn unscrewed the handle of the white broom in our apartment and would only go out if I agreed to tap it on the ground in front of me as we headed to Union Station for dinner (remember we decided that catching a train there was easier than looking for a restaurant with a spare table ). By happy chance our Big Bus Night Tour was also leaving from there. When we sat down for dinner I unwittingly took off my ...