Knights Inn Baltimore - South Jessup
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... I-Max 3-D session on Dinosaurs because we had time, it was very good but both of us were in danger of dozing off, but sitting in those comfy chairs after lunch what did we expect. The best display there by far was the Human Evolution display, it was informative and well laid out, definitely worth the visit. It would have given the creationist girls nightmares.
Now it was time to walk back to the Hotel, ow my aching legs. As we headed up behind the White ...
... the name of Henry, he was extremely knowledgable and kept us intrigued and wanting to listen to more. It was most definitely worth it and interesting. Last place we visited was the Lincoln Memorial it was packed with people and so different to see at night as it was during the day. Definitely a highlight. Late night, sore feet, full of information. Washington was ...
... especially when you factor in the 1812 Overture with army cannons about 500m from us!
All in all, pretty satisfying day.
Surprise find - Great little diner which sold All American Open Burger. Surprisingly tasty.
Traveller's Tip - not bragging or anything, but the Sydney NYE fireworks must be one of the best in the world. And don't be fooled by the image of the Capitol surrounded by fireworks. All the fireworks come from the Washington ...
Today, we decided to branch out on our own and travel the metro to where we wanted to go. After we worked out how to actually buy a pass and ticket for the train, we managed quite well. Rode the metro to the Smithsonian to the natural history museum, then the national art gallery and finally the Native American museum. The Native American was the most interesting and we also had lunch there. Who would have ever thought that I would consume a buffalo ...
... do for as long as I remember. The first trip where I think I will be more of a traveler than a tourist. My first solo trip, definitely out of my comfort zone right now, but something I think I will grow into during the trip. Most importantly, for the first time, its time to be the person I am, and not the person I am expected to ...