The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport - Bwi
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... to just stay at the Air & Space Museum instead of going anywhere else. We're all a little buggered. Not that the museum was small - it's actually frikkin huge! We arrived just in time for a free guided tour - I'm all for all things free right now - which was about 90mins long, it was so fascinating. Among the many cool things we saw the Wright Brothers plane as well as Spirit of St. ...
... and using native ingredients which was very yummy, we headed to W 18th Street to try to find a gallery where Ian could buy a piece of art by an American artist (Kerith and Chris had given him money for his birthday to buy some original art). Caught the bus and then walked q few blocks to the gallery. It was closed! Oops - in googling it we'd found the address and the hours it was open but not the days. It was only ...
... have correct money. No change is given on the buses. I guess its swings and roundabouts. We were 40 cents short but the next guy is over so it all comes out in the wash.
What a place being able to see all of these planes in one place. The new X/F35 Joint Strike Fighter, with its engine beside it to show how complicated vertical takeoff is in an aircraft.
The next classic was Air France Concord, which I haven't see since the early ...
... in which the United Nations was conceived even if it's many years later and simply from a memorial and some quotes. The amount of American history throughout Washington was extraordinary and any person remotely interested in anything from the Revolution to Civil War to External Conflicts to the United Nations to the Space Race and American Pop Culture will find something of interest in Washington. Some of the things I saw included:
- The ...
... of the Watergate Hotel and Office Building, were burgled. Documents were photographed, and telephones were tapped. The investigation into the burglary revealed that high officials in the Nixon administration had ordered the break-in and then tried to cover up their involvement. The ensuing Watergate Scandal, named for the complex, led to the resignation of President Nixon on August 9, 1974. We caught a river boat from the waterfront area that took us ...