Holiday Inn Express Baltimore - BWI Airport West
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... than impressed with the zoo. In retrospect perhaps the Air and Space may have been a better choice for our first stop in the DC area. Let's face it, the Mentus children have a NEED FOR SPEED!! The zoo? Clearly not adventurous enough. Well, unless you count all of the things that Connor felt the need to scale and climb throughout our visit. The carousel ride was a lot of fun and the only thing we had to pay for at the zoo. The great thing about DC is that all of their ...
... the ladies but for men and the way we are anatomically designed can be cutting things a bit too close for comfort . More on the toilets from Sioux: You will know from TV shows that Americans are very coy about going to the toilet. Instead they use the bathroom or restroom. Jarn has been taking great delight in asking for directions to the 'toilet' then watching the response. Sometimes there's a fleeting look of incomprehension or surprise but hopefully he'll stop doing it ...
... realise this is where JFK was buried. Apparently he had always thought it was a beautiful honourable place and he also loved the Abraham Lincoln memorial. So they buried him on a hill in Arlington with a direct line of sight to the Lincoln memorial. Pentagon I got off at the pentagon tube station which is on the edge of the pentagon so employees can enter directly from there. Unfortunately I didn't plan far enough ahead to book a tour inside so just saw the outside. ...
... political brawl between the parties was on. Finally, they were able to reach an agreement: the Democrats were willing to allow Rutherford Hayes to accept presidency. In return, Samuel Tilden demanded his railroad, and the other Democrats required the military zones broken up and for federal troops to leave. The Republicans agreed to what is today known as the Bargain of ...
... long walk along the pool, and up the steps, I am exhausted. The memorial itself is mightily impressive. The statue of Abraham Lincoln sits proudly on a chair, looking out across towards the Memorial and the US Capitol Building in the distance. We have a brief look around the museum next door, which features a film which proud Americans may call 'patriotism', but I'd call 'propaganda'. What is clear is that Lincoln was a remarkable man who was ...