Wingate By Wyndham BWI Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... were really impressed with the genuine articles, such as the Spirit of St Louis, the Apollo 11 capsule and a plane used by Amelia Earhart for world records flights. We got through half the building before it closed. For dinner we got some more Chinese and relaxed at the hotel because Sam is still suffering with a cold and blocked ...
around. We decided not to do the tour inside, everything with 5 of us
costs so much more than a couple travelling and it's not worth it for
us this time round. Then it was the time for things to go a little
pear shaped. We aren't planning on being near here again and with the
Lincoln Memorial not that far away we had to convince a small person
that it was worth the walk. Josh won her over in the end with some
kind of whispered bribery that made her ...
... the American Indian - visited the National Museum of Air and Space, watching a show in the IMAX and the planetarium - walked around the White House ("Barack Barack give us a wave") - dinner on U Street WE LOVED: - our tour guide for the Capitol was brilliant and it was made even better when he explained the reason he was jabbering on longer than usual was actually ...
... it offends us; in the worst case scenario, it terrifies us.
Once I was driving home from work down Father Hurley Blvd. There is a point where the road splits into three lanes; I happened to be in the middle lane. A car full of guys pulled up on my left, windows rolled down, laughing and yelling nasty things at me. I ignored them, and put on my blinker to move over to the next lane - except then another car full of their friends pulled up on ...
... Gallery, where it is a lot harder to entertain small children. Italian religious art does not have the cachet of dead people, dinosaurs, and jumping tarantulas.
We spent another couple of hours there, perusing about 1/10th of the collection on display, and then headed back to the hotel for luggage and on to the train station to come home. On the way back to the hotel, a ...