The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport - Bwi
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We woke to a carpet of white snow this morning with a temperature of -7 but felt like -10, kids very excited Received advice that bags have been located at 09:30 am in Wasshington National Airport and they will be couriers by 15:30 today...fabulous to say the least. I can now enjoy the day knowing they will be returned. Breakfast and then off to our 09:30 am appointment at the Capitol Building. But with all the snow there were very few taxis so rather than waist time we began a ...
... the marathon when you arrive at the Iwo Jima (USMC) memorial. Not sure there is a better finish! .....Not only was this the completion of the MCM for me but also the completion of the three run (USAF Marathon, Army 10-Miler & MCM) series that marks the end of my 30 year Air Force career. OOO-RAH! Mission Accomplished! Mission Complete!!!
... of the Lincoln Monument and only narrowly averted tumbling down the 100 or so steps. Miraculously I performed a 180 degree turn just at the last second and was able to regain my composure and of course make it all look intentional and cool (not).
We finished the visit by heading to dinner with Christine near her home just across the DC border in Alexandria, Virginia. Really cool town, its a shame it wasn't the ...
... first exhibit being the actual Apollo 11 Command Capsule and also a rock of the moon that you can touch , mind you this museum is number 1 in the world for patronage as they get 8 million visitors each year so washed my hands after touching the moon rock. The museum started in 1876 with a collection of kites and has highlighted each progress of flight up to present day aircraft which put things into perspective especially the fact it only took 66 years to start flying and then ...
... renewed my passport at the post office two weeks ago and the new one arrived yesterday. I'm so happy I was allowed to keep my very first passport because I want to treasure it. It has stamps from countries I've visited.
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