TownePlace Suites Arundel Mills BWI Airport
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... the Nightingale. The cruise lasted about 45 minutes by which time it had started to rain. Luckily Colin spotted the ponchos on the bus and grabbed a handful. With our ponchos on we made our way to the Ra Ri Irish Bar to wait out the rain. We settled in there for a couple of hours by which time the rain had stopped and it was also dark. We headed back to the hotel and the others went off to get a little ...
... Then, there was a call on the speaker saying there had been a medical problem on the train and the tracks had closed off, on the red line. (There are 6 coloured lines in a metro track, red, blue, orange, silver, green and yellow.) We needed to go back on the red line, so we had to walk back for 45 minutes, which would have only taken ten minutes on the metro. At least we got to see another side of Washington! In the afternoon once the metro had started to ...
... around the supermarket, everything they sold seemed to be jumbo size.
As we were walking along one day the Presidents helicopter flew past and landed at the White House. It was there for about 20 minutes and then took off again. Wills ...
... an audience. I knew he would be crushed if he misspelled a word before the audience and had to leave the stage. The 65 kids who did misspell were incredibly brave.
By this time, I had seen Liam's score on the written test and knew that he hadn't qualified for the semifinals. I had to tell him in such a way that he stayed excited about working hard to return next year; bring on the Mom diplomat skills! ...
... old songs and chatting about them between numbers. It was not great music, but it was very representative of what probably happens in communities week by week.
Our stop for the night was a big national forest service campground at Otter Peaks just north of Roanoke. It was the cheapest campground yet, $16. It was obviously designed in the halcyon days of 1950s and 60s family camping with hundreds of campsites. There were only about ten fellow ...