TownePlace Suites Baltimore BWI Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... of the other pre-human groups, with some of the groups being really tiny. I didn't understand why so many of the displays were of casts and replicas rather than the actual articles. We got through the museum in about 4 hours so we headed off to the Air & Space museum for the rest of the afternoon. At the Air & Space ...
... of gemstones and minerals. The Hope
diamond was on display, beautiful and worth a fortune! Insects, the
Ocean, Mummies. Choose any one area and you could spend 1-2 hours
reading everything. But we got a great look at the time we were there
and then everyone was ready to move on.
The Washington Memorial was less than
10 minute walk away so we headed there. It's so large that the shadow
it cast made for a great spot to escape the heat. Photos ...
WE DID: - took a tour around the Capitol (didn't enjoy the security measures meaning we had to throw away our frozen water and snacks for the day and donate our suncream to the police force) - visited the Library of Congress for another free tour - queued for a bit to get into the House of Representatives, before sacking it off to get some lunch - visited the National ...
... the cat-callers were targeting your daughter?
Many people also express the frustration that women get so offended by cat-calling. Why can't we just ignore it? Blow it off? Don't let it bother us? Not every guy cat-calls, so just forget about the ones who do. To these people, I simply shake my head, because I have never heard such a naive suggestion in my entire life. You want to know why women can't just ignore cat-calling? Because in the best ...
... father's Smithsonian department of entomology. I bet it is behind the scenes, though!
We went through the precious gems (have to have another look at the Hope Diamond--once seen, never forgotten), the insects, and the mummies, and then we went down to lunch. By the time we finished there, the museum was so packed that none of us were particularly comfortable any more, so we headed to ...