Wingate By Wyndham BWI Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... who always encouraged me to watch shows like Mary Tyler Moore and to go after any dream I may have. She sent me the YouTube video as soon as I told her about this, so here it is: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zoh1LGADKI 8 No one will ever be as independent and glamorous as my mom, though, not even Mary Tyler Moore, and that is why I am dedicating my first blog to her. She encouraged me to make it, after all. Sincerely, ...
... s operations.
When we went for a visit, we had the pleasure to meet Sarah and her parents. She has had six operations at a Boston hospital and is one brave little girl. As Carl said, no one told her that she wasn't supposed to be happy. The staff at the hospital is having to "harvest" skin from her back and legs to replace skin on her feet and hands. Besides all of the medical issues, Sarah also has ...
... concrete lined tunnels. Stepping out from the station is such a contrast from New York, it's clean, bright and surprisingly low attractive buildings. Not a high rise to be seem.
Our first stop was the White House Visitors Centre to pick up maps & information & we were more than a little surprised to have to go through another security check, that's number 7 in 3 weeks! It's not located particularly close to ...
... a bit excessive for us at lunchtime or at any time to be honest) in the Cull and Pistol in Chelsea Market. It was such a yummy lunch and we all agreed that perhaps the second bottle of fizz was a drink one to many. It did however mean we were in very high spirits as we walked the rest of the way along the High Line. That night we ate in at the flat and packed our bags for the weekend ahead in Washington.
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... We discovered there is a connecting tunnel between the two buildings and this was very handy. I had heard about this tunnel from reading Dan Brown's book, "The Lost Symbol" which was set entirely in Washington DC. It turned out that we were able to get on an earlier tour at 10:10 am so we took it. It's a 45 minute tour which starts with a 15 minute film. They use headsets and FM radio controlled mikes as a number of groups go through at the same time, but there was ...